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Professional Organizing Degree Program

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Organizing U’s Professional Organizing Degree Program gives you the education and knowledge you need to become a successful professional organizer. This comprehensive, self-paced program includes everything you need to know to start, run and grow your organizing business.

On-demand courses allow you to learn at your own pace, anytime and anywhere! Plus, you get all the business forms you’ll need, too!

This information and resource packed program includes:
5 Professional Organizer Training Programs, including 16 Courses with comprehensive Course Handouts that cover everything you need to know to start, run and grow a successful organizing business.
31 Business and Communication Forms to run your business operations smoothly.
Lifetime Access to our private Facebook Group, so you can communicate and collaborate with your classmates.
A Premium Listing in our Professional Organizer Directory
A Diploma from Organizing University– plus a badge for your website, so you can display your credentials.
Priority access to future courses, forms and programs.
Plus, as an Organizing U Graduate, your Bio will be featured on our blog and social media.

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Organizing U’s Professional Organizing Degree Program gives you the education and knowledge you need to become a successful professional organizer. This comprehensive, self-paced program includes everything you need to know to start, run and grow your organizing business.

On-demand courses allow you to learn at your own pace, anytime and anywhere! Plus, you get all the business forms you’ll need, too!

This information and resource packed program includes:
5 Professional Organizer Training Programs, including 16 Courses with comprehensive Course Handouts that cover everything you need to know to start, run and grow a successful organizing business.
31 Business and Communication Forms to run your business operations smoothly.
Lifetime Access to our private Facebook Group, so you can communicate and collaborate with your classmates.
A Premium Listing in our Professional Organizer Directory
A Diploma from Organizing University– plus a badge for your website, so you can display your credentials.
Priority access to future courses, forms and programs.
Plus, as an Organizing U Graduate, your Bio will be featured on our blog and social media.


Here’s what people are saying about Organizing U’s Professional Organizing Degree™ Program:

“I just completed the degree program! Thank you Sarah, for making the program a painless process as I met my date of completion goal. This is by far THE BEST thing out there for Organizers! You cover all the nooks and crannies. No matter how old or new you are to the business, there’s something for everyone!” – Raquel (Alexandria, Va)


This Program Includes Five Comprehensive Training Programs:

Kickstart your Organizing Business
How to Work with Organizing Clients
Successful Marketing Strategies for Professional Organizers
Manage your Money
Build a Winning Team

Program Details:

Kickstart your Organizing Business
Kickstart your professional organizing business with this comprehensive training program. This program is designed for a new organizer who is just starting out in the professional organizing industry. This program includes all the information and resources you need to set up your organizing business and get started working with organizing clients.

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL GET:

5 informative courses with comprehensive handouts
10 essential professional forms and templates

Courses
Business 101: 10 Steps to Set up your Organizing Business
Learn the critical 10 Steps to Set up your Organizing Business so you can get your organizing business set up and running properly and avoid costly mistakes down the road. We’ll help you choose your business name, register your business, get your office up and running, get insured and market yourself. You’ll walk away with a list of must-do items to get your business started!

The 10 Steps to Set up your Organizing Business includes:
• Finding Your Niche
• Choosing on a name
• Claiming your Website
• Registering Your Business
• Choosing the Right Business Entity
• Getting Insured
• Office and Systems Set Up

Business 201: Systems for Success
Business 201 will teach you the administrative side of running a professional organizing business and show you how to set up systems for success in your organizing business. Learn how to set up your space, manage your time and create systems that will help you run your business effectively and efficiently – so you can go out and do what you love… organize!

Here’s what we’ll cover in Business 201: Systems for Success:
• Finding and setting up your office space
• Calendar and planning system options
• Contact Resource Management systems
• Filing and paper management systems
• Bookkeeping
• Streamlining client communication
• Setting up your schedule

Clients 101: Working with Clients
So you know you love to organize and you know you want to help people, but going into clients’ homes and offices, getting the job done, and leaving them 100% satisfied is no small task, especially when you’re starting out. In this course, we’ll teach you how to work with organizing clients in a way that meets or exceeds their expectations – so they’ll be a client for life and refer you to everyone they know! From intakes to consultations to what to wear, we’ve covered all the bases, so you can put your best foot forward and know how to work with organizing clients in the best way possible.

Here’s what we’ll cover in Clients 101: Working with Clients
• Consultations
• Scheduling
• Being Prepared and Presentable
• Getting the Job Done
• Handling Client Confidentiality
• Organizing Etiquette
• Handling Challenging Situations

Marketing 101: Brand Yourself for Success
There is a lot of competition out there! How do you make yourself stand out among the other organizers? In today’s world, you need to brand yourself for success with a unique and consistent brand. We’ll help you ask the right questions and consider all the options you’ll need to decide on a name and a brand. We’ll also teach you how to build and market your brand to ensure that everyone knows your name.

Here’s what we’ll cover in Marketing 101: Brand Yourself for Success
• Branding Basics and Benefits
• Identifying Your “Why”
• Creating Your Image
• Choosing a Name
• Building Your Brand
• Marketing Your Brand

Money 101: Setting your Professional Organizing Fees
Setting your Professional Organizing fees is a difficult part of getting started in the organizing industry. You don’t want to price yourself too high and scare away potential customers. At the same time, you don’t want to price yourself too low to begin with and end up feeling under paid! In this on-demand e-Course we’ll help you determine your fees and gain the confidence you need to get the rate you deserve.

Here’s what we’ll cover in Money 101: Setting your Professional Organizing Fees
• Determining Value
• Hourly vs. Project-Base Fees
• Cost Factors
• Determining Your Fees
• Formula for Setting Your Fees
• Selling!
• Offering Discounts and Incentives

Plus, included are 10 must-have forms, checklists and templates to run your business smoothly

Client Intake Form
This organizing client intake form will guide you through the all-important initial phone consultation. A successful intake will win you more clients!

Organizing Project Assessment Form
Capture all the right information with this Project Assessment Form. Creating an effective plan or proposal will be a snap!

Organizer Supply Checklist
This organizer supply checklist includes a list of all the essentials you’ll need to have handy when you’re out organizing the world.

Client Confidentiality Agreement
Use this client confidentiality agreement to reassure your organizing clients and prove to them that you’ll protect their confidentiality.

Organizing Appointment Confirmation Templates
Confirm your organizing appointments and outline your policies with this ready-to-use organizing appointment confirmation template.

Organizing Service Contract Template
This written organizing service contract outlines your policies, so they are clear to your organizing client before you start working with them

Sales Script
You always need to be ready to sell! This sales script gives you the language you need to engage potential organizing clients and get them to hire you. Includes wording for several types of organizing inquiries; home, office, moving and more.

Photo Release Form
Use this photo release form to make sure you get permission from your client before you post those great before and after photos on your website or on social media. It includes permission to use video, too.

Solicitation Script
If you want to grow your organizing business, referrals from other professionals and related companies are a valuable resource. You’ll need to reach out and introduce yourself to them in order to receive these referrals. This Solicitation Script will help you reach out to and make connections with confidence. With this solicitation script, you’ll sound like a pro when introducing yourself to other professionals and companies that can send you business through referrals.

The Solicitation Script includes language for contacting moving companies, estate attorneys and companies, and one for general use. When you sound like a pro, other professionals will be more likely to communicate with you and have the confidence in you to refer their clients to you.

Accounting Spreadsheet
A successful business needs to have a good bookkeeping system. This Accounting Spreadsheet will help you keep track of your money! The Excel accounting spreadsheet includes has tabs to track organizing income, business expenses, bank deposits and mileage. It also includes a list of tax accounting categories for your Schedule C.

An accounting spreadsheet will help you keep your books organized know how your business is doing financially every step of the way.

How to Work with Organizing Clients
So you know you love to organize and you know you want to help people, but going into clients’ homes and offices, getting the job done, and leaving them 100% satisfied is no small task, especially when you’re starting out. In this course, we’ll teach you how to work with organizing clients in a way that meets or exceeds their expectations – so they’ll be a client for life and refer you to everyone they know! From intakes to consultations to estimating time and to project management, we’ve covered all the bases, so you can put your best foot forward and know how to work with your organizing clients in the best way possible.

This program includes four comprehensive courses geared towards working with organizing clients, plus seven client essential communication forms and templates.

Course #1: Clients 101: How to Work with Organizing Clients
So you know you love to organize and you know you want to help people, but going into clients’ homes and offices, getting the job done, and leaving them 100% satisfied is no small task, especially when you’re starting out. In this course, we’ll teach you how to work with organizing clients in a way that meets or exceeds their expectations – so they’ll be a client for life and refer you to everyone they know! From intakes to consultations to what to wear, we’ve covered all the bases, so you can put your best foot forward and know how to work with organizing clients in the best way possible.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Consultations
• Scheduling
• Being Prepared and Presentable
• Getting the Job Done
• Handling Client Confidentiality
• Organizing Etiquette
• Handling Challenging Situations

Course #2: Clients 201: Estimating Time and Writing Proposals
Landing larger organizing projects and/or business clients can help you grow your organizing business significantly. But these clients often require written time estimates and proposals. In this on-demand e-Course, you will learn that estimating time and writing proposals is easier than you think. You will learn how to perform consultations, accurately estimate time and create client-winning proposals.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Performing Effective In-Person Consultations
• Asking the Right Questions
• Estimating Time
• Hidden Time Factors
• Other Costs to Include
• Writing Effective Proposals
• Following Up
• Closing the Deal

Course #3: Clients 301: Organizing Project Management
Large, multi-step organizing projects require serious organization. We’ll teach you organizing project management, so you’ll know how to develop a plan, coordinate, schedule and supervise organizers and outside vendors, and stay on time and on budget. By being able to take on and manage large organizing projects, you have an opportunity to expand your client list and earn more money!

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Types of organizing projects
• Planning for a project
• Budgeting
• Coordinating
• Scheduling
• Communication
• Supervising
• Finalizing

Course #4: Clients 401: Working with Hoarders
As a Professional Organizer, you may already be working with hoarders – even if it is not your specialty. 2-5% of Americans fall under the category of hoarders, so there is a large group of people out there who need your help. Working with hoarders can be a very challenging task for a Professional Organizer. If you are ready for the challenge, this course will provide you with everything you need to know to work successfully with hoarders and manage hoarding projects.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• What is hoarding?
• Why work with hoarders
• How to find hoarding clients
• Performing a consultation at a hoarder’s home
• Using The Clutter-Hoarding Scale
• Types of hoarding projects
• Handling hoarding clients and situations
• Maintenance
• Determining if a hoarder is the right type of client for you

Plus, seven essential client service forms and templates

Estate or Yard Sale Organizing Proposal Template
Win estate and yard sale projects with a comprehensive, professional organizing proposal. This Estate and Yard Sale Organizing Proposal Template has been used successfully hundreds of times. Clients will be impressed with this professional proposal.

This template will help you create a professional proposal for an estate or yard sale organizing project. It includes a breakdown of each part of the process, so the client is clear on what is included and what the cost will be.

Home Organizing Proposal Template
Save time and win more home organizing projects with this comprehensive home organizing proposal template. This home organizing proposal template outlines all of the steps involved organizing a home in a professional and organized way. It also includes a room by room list for each room of a home, so you can outline the areas you are planning to organize.

This home organizing proposal template has been used hundreds of times and has been proven successful at winning large home organizing projects.

Move Organizing Proposal Template
Save time and win more home organizing projects with this comprehensive home organizing proposal template. This home organizing proposal template outlines all of the steps involved organizing a home in a professional and organized way. It also includes a room by room list for each room of a home, so you can outline the areas you are planning to organize.

This home organizing proposal template has been used hundreds of times and has been proven successful at winning large home organizing projects.

Office Organizing Proposal Template
Save time and win more office and business organizing projects with this comprehensive office organizing proposal template. This office organizing proposal template outlines all of the steps involved organizing an office and business in a professional and organized way.

As a bonus, we’ve included specific language for different types of office and business organizing projects, including: organizing a plan office (for architects, designers, or developers), office space layout, organizing marketing and advertising materials and organizing a display space or show room.

No matter what type of office you are going to be organizing, you’ll have a project-winning proposal to present.

Paper Retention Guidelines
Reduce paper clutter! Follow these paper retention guidelines to know what paper and records you need to keep and what paper and records you can shred or toss. These guidelines describe, in general terms, the paper and records you should keep for federal tax purposes (personal and business)and for your personal records.

Once you have sorted your paper and determined what you need to keep, you can set up a filing system to keep everything organized. Often an accordion file or small file cabinet is sufficient. At the end of each year, pull out the papers you need to do your taxes and start a new system for the coming year.

Organizing Project Plan Template
The Organizing Project Plan Template will help you outline a plan to manage large organizing projects easily and effectively. This template outlines each phase of a large organizing project. This benefits both you, the organizing project manager and the client. It ensures the each of you know what the project entails to help you make sure you’re on track and on time.

This Organizing Project Plan Template is also helpful if there are others involved in your project, so you can outline their tasks and responsibilities and manage your staff as well as your project.

Organizing Project To-Do List
Manage large organizing projects easily and effectively with this project to-do list. Keep your organizing projects on track and on time.

Successful Marketing Strategies for Professional Organizers
Marketing is the key a successful organizing business!

This program includes:
Four comprehensive courses to help you learn how to market your organizing business.
Five sales and marketing forms and templates you can download and use today!

Course #1: Marketing 101: Brand yourself for Success
There is a lot of competition out there! How do you make yourself stand out among the other organizers? In today’s world, you need to brand yourself for success with a unique and consistent brand. We’ll help you ask the right questions and consider all the options you’ll need to decide on a name and a brand. We’ll also teach you how to build and market your brand to ensure that everyone knows your name.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Branding Basics and Benefits
• Identifying Your “Why”
• Creating Your Image
• Choosing a Name
• Building Your Brand
• Marketing Your Brand

Course #2: Marketing 201: Seven Strategies for Marketing Success
As a business owner, you should always be on the hunt for new customers and seeking methods to bring them to your door. If you are not consistently looking for opportunities to build your customer base, your business could fall off of the growth track. While there are many ways to reach your organizing prospects, we focus on seven strategies for success that you can use to help you kick start your marketing program for your organizing business.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Finding organizing clients
• Building your contact list
• Direct marketing
• Networking
• Media
• Showcase strategies for professional organizers
• Strategic alliances for professional organizers
• Advertising
• Social media

Course #3: Marketing 301: Mastering Social Media
For Professional Organizers, Social Media is an integral part of your marketing plan. Mastering social media can be a key factor in the success of your organizing business. We’ll cover each major social media platform, to show you how to use social media effectively and efficiently to boost your organizing business and increase your customer base.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Benefits of social media for organizing businesses
• How to use social media effectively as an organizer
• Specifics on LinkedIn, Yelp, Facebook, Blogs, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and YouTube
• Tips and tricks to get the most out of each platform
• Managing your social media time
• Streamlining your social media processes

Course #4: Marketing 401: Public Relations and Media
Public relations and media exposure allows Professional Organizers to gain recognition and establish themselves as experts in the organizing industry. It also offers a chance to stand out against the ever-increasing competition as new organizers join the industry in droves. A good public relations campaign is imperative to your company’s success. Implementing a successful public relations strategy is a very complicated process. In this on-demand e-Course we’ll teach you the plan and process and give you all the information you need to run a great public relations and media campaign.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• What is Public Relations?
• Benefits of Public Relations for Professional Organizers
• Types of media
• How to establish yourself with the media
• Creating a press kit
• Developing and executing a Public Relations plan
• Getting press
• Measuring the results
• Handling bad Public Relations

Plus, you get five essential Professional Organizer Sales and Marketing Forms

We’ve done the work for you! These essential sales and marketing forms will help you create a press release, pitch your services to clients and learn how to use social media effectively and efficiently.

All of our sales and marketing forms are specific to the organizing industry. They are customizable, so you can add your logo and business information to make them yours. We provide you with both Word and PDF versions of each form, so they will open on any computer.

Press Release Template
The more your name appears in the media, the more business you’ll receive. Use this Press Release Template to create an attention-grabbing press release and get your name out there!

Marketing Plan Template

An effective and efficient marketing campaign starts with a good marketing plan. We’ve worked with marketing experts to develop this marketing plan template to help you easily create an effective marketing plan.

Social Media Marketing Guide
Our Social Media Marketing Guide offers general strategies, targeting tips and time management for all of the major social media platforms. This guide will help you streamline your social media marketing for maximum impact.

Sales Script
When a potential client calls or emails you need to be ready with your sales pitch. These Sales Scripts include proven-effective language to win over several types of organizing clients; home, office, chronically disorganized, moving, home staging, hoarders, workshops and more!

Solicitation Script
If you want to grow your organizing business, referrals from other professionals and related companies are a valuable resource. You’ll need to reach out and introduce yourself to them in order to receive these referrals. This Solicitation Script will help you reach out with confidence.

Our Professional Organizer Sales and Marketing Forms have been proven time and time again to help professional organizers grow their organizing businesses through effective marketing and increased sales.

Manage your Money
Owning and running a business means you need to keep track of your finances as well! If you have never run a small business before, there is a lot to learn! This program will help you learn the financial side of running an organizing business, so you can become a successful organizer and business owner.

This program includes four essential courses geared towards teaching you how to manage the financial side of your organizing business.
An Accounting Spreadsheet template is included too, to guide you through your bookkeeping.

Course #1: Money 101: Setting your Professional Organizing Fees
Setting your Professional Organizing fees is a difficult part of getting started in the organizing industry. You don’t want to price yourself too high and scare away potential customers. At the same time, you don’t want to price yourself too low to begin with and end up feeling under paid! In this on-demand e-Course we’ll help you determine your fees and gain the confidence you need to get the rate you deserve.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Determining Value
• Hourly vs. Project-Base Fees
• Cost Factors
• Determining Your Fees
• Formula for Setting Your Fees
• Selling!
• Offering Discounts and Incentives

Course #2: Money 201: Setting up and Using Quickbooks
QuickBooks is an essential tool that helps you track your expenses and finances. It is especially important for Professional Organizers, as business owners, to have as a skill. We’ll walk you step by step through the process of setting up and using QuickBooks, specifically for your organizing business. Not only can you use this skill for your own organizing business, you can also help your organizing clients set up their QuickBooks, too.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Accounting Terminology
• Setting up your QuickBooks
• QuickBooks Functions
• Entering Customer and Vendor Information
• Payables
• Receivables
• Reconciliation
• Reports

Course #3: Money 301: Creating Alternative Income Streams
There are only so many hours in a day, so as an organizer, you can be limited in the income you can earn only doing hands-on organizing. The solution is developing alternative income streams! We’ll provide you with some great alternatives to hands-on organizing and tell you how to market them to bring in additional income and skyrocket your organizing business.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• Benefits of alternative income
• Top five alternative income options for Professional Organizers; Workshops, Referrals, Writing, Products, and Coaching
• All the details you need to pursue each option
• Marketing your alternative income streams

Course #4: Money 401: Exit Strategies
As Professional Organizers, we love to plan. But, have you thought of any exit strategies for your organizing business? You may dream of selling to the highest bidder, or retiring and handing over your business to your family. Even if you are years away from retirement, you need to have a plan in place now. This on-demand e-Course will walk you through the planning, development and successful execution of the four major exit strategy options for professional organizers. We’ll show you how to set your organizing business up for the future – no matter how far off it may be.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• What is an exit strategy?
• Planning your exit
• Choosing an exit strategy
• Details on the four major exit strategy options: Closing, Transferring, Selling, and Acquisition
• Steps to successfully execute each of these exit strategies

Accounting Spreadsheet
A successful business needs to have a good bookkeeping system. This Accounting Spreadsheet will help you keep track of your money! The Excel accounting spreadsheet includes has tabs to track organizing income, business expenses, bank deposits and mileage. It also includes a list of tax accounting categories for your Schedule C.

An accounting spreadsheet will help you keep your books organized know how your business is doing financially every step of the way.

Build a Winning Team
The key to a successful organizing business is to build a team of organizers and other helpers so that you can take it to the next level.This program includes two essential courses and 10 hiring forms and templates to walk you through the hiring and training process with ease.Course #1: Business 301: Creating Effective Policies and Procedures
This course will provide you with a definitive guide for creating effective policies and procedures. By providing clear guidelines for everyone involved in your business – you will be able to increase efficiency, avoid legal mistakes, reduce frustration, and save time and money.

Here’s what we’ll cover
• What are Policies & Procedures
• Why you need Policies & Procedures
• What to include in your Policies & Procedures
• Determining what is important
• Creating a Policies & Procedures outline
• Writing Policies & Procedures
• Creating organizing-industry specific Policies & Procedures
• Enforcing your Policies & Procedures

Course #2: Business 401: Hiring and Training Contractors and Employees
Congratulations, your organizing business is growing! All of the sudden there aren’t enough hours in your day to meet with client demand. It’s time to take some the burden off of yourself by hiring contractors and employees. We’ll help you through the process of hiring contractors and employees from applications to terminations. We’ll also teach you best practices for training new employees and mistakes to avoid as you realize your dream of a growing organizing business.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
• When is it time to hire contractors and employees?
• Determining where you need help in your organizing business
• Conquering the fear of delegation
• Contractors vs. employees – which is best for your organizing business?
• Finding the right candidates
• The hiring process; job descriptions, applications, interviews, field assessment
• Training your employees
• Policies and Procedures
• Insurance
• Terminating

Plus, you’ll get 10 essential hiring and training forms and templates
Administrative Tasks List
Whether you’re hiring an assistant, or just want to make sure you’re keeping up with your office tasks, this Administrative Tasks List will keep you on task. Following a list will help you avoid costly mistakes and make sure important office tasks don’t fall through the cracks. You can also use this administrative tasks list as a cheat sheet to tell you everything you need to be doing to run the business side of your organizing business.

Employment Agreement
It is critical to have a signed employment agreement before your employee begins work. This written employment contract outlines duties, pay and company policies. The employment agreement can be customized with your specifics and given to your new employee to sign.

This is an essential form to have when you are hiring a new employee and can protect you against any legal issues.

Independent Contractor Agreement
This six-page Independent Contractor Agreement covers all of the important legal information you need to ensure proper legal and liability protection for you and your company when hiring independent contractors to help you in your organizing business.

This is a lawyer-approved, legally binding contract that outlines responsibilities, terms, duties, compensation and requirements for an independent contractor. It can be used for any type of independent contractor that you hire.

Job Application Templates
A job application is an important part of the hiring process. It answers a lot of questions up front. We’ve done the work for you with these job application templates to make sure you cover your bases when hiring.

These two job application templates outline the questions you should ask when hiring an organizer or administrative person for your organizing business. You want to make sure you have all the information you need to hire the right candidate. Having your candidate fill out a job application prior to the interview will provide you with specific information that you can discuss during the interview. This is an often overlooked and important part of the hiring process.

Job Interview Questions
During the interview process, it is important to ask the right questions to ensure you hire the best candidate. We’ve created these job interview questions for both organizing and administrative candidates to make sure you get the information you need to make a good hiring decision. Cover all of your bases with these job interview questions specific to the organizing industry.

Non-Disclosure Agreement
This legally-binding Non-Disclosure Agreement will help protect your proprietary information, trade secrets and inventions against theft or use by an employee or contractor. This contract is lawyer-approved and complete with all the information required to protect your proprietary information. Customize it with your business information and have all of your employees and contractors sign it.

Organizer Policies and Procedures
Organizer policies and procedures are a must-have if you have other organizers working for you. This seven-page download covers everything from communication to conduct to payment to dress code. It has all you need to ensure that your organizers are doing everything you want them to do; the way you want them to do it. And, NOT doing the things you don’t want them to do!

We’ve spent 16 years developing, improving and modifying these comprehensive organizer policies and procedures. Before we had them, we incurred a lot of costly trial and error by not having the proper organizer policies and procedures in place. Here you can benefit from our learning experience and save the time, money and frustration we experienced by not having organizer policies and procedures when we first started building our team. It’s so worth it!

Organizing Business Job Descriptions
If you’re looking to hire someone to help you in your organizing business, but are having trouble figuring out just how to describe the job at hand – look no further. We’ve created these comprehensive organizing business job descriptions to outline the responsibilities and requirements for both organizing candidates and administrative candidates for your organizing business.

These organizing business job descriptions carefully outline the responsibilities and requirements of each position. You can customize them for your organizing business needs and post them to employment sites when searching for candidates, or use them to outline the duties for your new employee.

Organizing Company Policies
It is critical to have written policies for your organizing company. This organizing company polices template will help you avoid costly miscommunication issues. Included are a cancellation policy, payment policy, definition of billable time, donation policy, confidentiality policy and a contract policy.

This organizing company policies template will provide your organizing clients with a clear guideline to your company policies. By providing clear policies to your clients, you will avoid the headaches of late payments, last-minute cancellations, etc.

Save time and adopt the organizing company policies we’ve created, or customize them to suit your company’s needs.

Time Sheet Template
The IRS requires employers to keep records of all employee time. This Time Sheet Template is a ready-to-use Excel spreadsheet that will help you streamline your payroll process and fulfill your legal and tax requirements as an employer.

This time sheet Template has all the important categories, such as hours worked, rate of pay and reimbursements. You can use this time sheet template for any member of your team. Have them fill it out and email it to you on a regular basis, or even better, use a file sharing program, so they can update it as they go.