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Get Organized! Creating an SOP Manual is Easier than you Think

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Dear reader,

I hope you are enjoying the free workplace resources we offer at Business Management Daily. As a hard-working office professional, you really deserve a good source to turn to for up-to-date advice and information—and we hope we serve that purpose for you.

Is a Standard Operating Procedures manual really essential? Yes, and it's easy to see why …

When leaving your job for whatever reason—going on vacation, getting promoted to a new position or nearing retirement—are you suddenly scrambling to write everything down for your replacement two weeks before you depart? Or, if you've just arrived at a new job, do you wish someone had left behind some written instructions so you wouldn't have to keep bothering your new co-workers with questions?

And, does it seem that your organization invests a lot of time and resources in its employees, but when staff members depart, they take all that corporate knowledge with them? Wouldn't it be nice to retain that knowledge in writing for your company?

The solution? In situations like these, the way to keep business operations humming along is by having a standard operating procedures manual in place for every position in your organization.

Fortunately, we've published Creating a Standard Operating ProceduresCreating a Standard Operating Procedures Manual: An Essential Business Tool for Every Office Manual: An Essential Business Tool for Every Office to show you exactly how to create a thorough, effective SOP manual as easily as possible.

This training guide is written by Patricia Robb, a veteran admin and executive assistant to the CEO of a not-for-profit organization. No one is better qualified to help you write a manual that gives you and your organization peace of mind — because now you'll know someone could step in and fulfill your responsibilities without a major disruption.

Creating a Standard Operating Procedures Manual includes:

  • Why to write a procedures manual. Important for you to know, and for others you'll need to persuade to participate.
  • What a procedures manual is not. Don't confuse it with the orientation manual HR gives to new hires.
  • Tools and resources for your manual. What to include, and how to get help finding it.
  • Guidelines on writing procedures. For example, what to keep confidential.

Best of all, you'll have 6 sample documents to follow, from a table of contents to an activity log to an out-of-the-office checklist and more. There's no need to reinvent the wheel. You'll have an SOP manual for writing your SOP manual.

The bottom line? A procedures manual is a win-win for everyone—not only the next person coming on board, but also you, your team, the boss and the entire organization.

Order Creating a Standard Operating Procedures Manual today!

Elizabeth Hall signature Elizabeth Hall

Elizabeth Hall, Senior Web Editor

P.S. One of the best ways to get promoted is to make it easy for your organization to replace you. How can you move ahead unless someone else can step into your shoes? By creating an SOP … by helping the new person follow in your footsteps … you show the boss you're proactive and ready to advance. Plus, with an SOP handy, the newbie won't have to bug you with questions about how to do every little thing. All the more reason to order now.

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