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Telecommuting Employee Requirements: Strategies to Avoid Legal Pitfalls
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Step-by-step guidance on how to avoid the legal pitfalls associated with a telecommuting workforce.

The ADA-Required Interactive Process: Guidance for Complying with the Requirements
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Practical guidance for making sure that you are engaging in the interactive process as the ADA intends.

Utilizing Talent Management Strategies to Build Your Nonprofit’s Capacity and Sustainability
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Strategies for attracting and keeping new talent, designing positions that engage, developing leaders for the future, and aligning talent to priorities.

Volunteer Management: Guidance for Successfully Meeting the Challenge & Helping Your Nonprofit Reach Its Goals
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Explore common challenges that nonprofits face when managing volunteer resources.

Volunteer Orientation and Training: Essential for the Success of Your Volunteers & Mission
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Learn the steps in designing and implementing a volunteer orientation and training program that addresses what is important in your organization.

Leadership Transitions: Surviving Unexpected and Planned Succession Events
  • On-demand

Join Lynn Ivey, nonprofit consultant, as she explores three types of transition planning: leadership succession, emergency succession, and leadership development. Learn strategies to cope with the challenges of leadership changes while sustaining the organization’s viability, and key aspects to include in your planning process.

Nonprofit Compensation Planning: Essential for Attracting & Retaining Key Employees
  • On-demand

Please join Sidney Abrams, SPHR, managing director of consulting services at NonprofitHR Solutions and Heather de la Riva, consultant, NonprofitHR Solutions, as they review the critical elements that need to be included in your compensation plan and assists you with the necessary timeframes for developing a reality-based compensation plan.

Nonprofit Record Retention Policy: A Crucial Management Consideration Not to Be Overlooked
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley, attorney at law, as he takes you through the steps of organizing and reviewing your document retention policies and procedures and helps identify for how long different types of documents need to be retained.

Nonprofit Salaries and Benefits: Policies and Procedures to Help Retain the Best Talent
  • On-demand
Dustin Johnson

Please join Dustin Johnson for a webinar that will equip you with the tools to maintain your nonprofit’s competitive edge in staff compensation… even if you don’t have endless resources!

Onboarding, Supervising and Evaluating Your Nonprofit Staff for Success
  • On-demand
Rachelle Nesta-Goff

Please join Rachelle Nesta-Goff as she sets the stage for better supervisory relationships within your nonprofit and provides tools to get new staff up to speed, making it easy to transition into a consistent supervision schedule with them. All this work will make evaluations easier for you and predictable for them – a win-win!

Safeguarding Your Nonprofit: Documenting Meetings, Taking Effective Minutes, and Maintaining Necessary Records
  • On-demand

Please join Lynn Ivey, nonprofit consultant, as she explores key strategies and steps to take to hold effective meetings, document actions taken by the board, and maintain records to safeguard your nonprofit.

Sexual Harassment and Your Nonprofit: Prevention and Response, Including Third-Party Claims
  • On-demand
John Bradley

Please join John Bradley for a webinar that will help you address this danger, both before and after it occurs. Failure to do so can have a debilitating effect on your nonprofit and its ability to successfully carry out its mission.

Addressing Threats of Violence in the Workplace: What Can Employers Do Before a Threat Turns into Violence?
  • On-demand
Bob Gregg

Please join Bob Gregg, attorney at law, as he reviews the legal issues relating to workplace violence and threats of violence, including the ADA direct threat standards and Qualified Privilege, and discusses the policies and best practices which need to be put in place before a threat or violent act takes place.

Background Checks, References and Pre-Employment Testing: Guidance for Nonprofits
  • On-demand
Robert Gregg

Please join Robert Gregg, attorney at law, as he explains an employer's need for secure and effective hiring while avoiding improper practices. Bob will review the key points relating to: negligent hiring, criminal background checks, reference checks, pre-employment testing, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the ADA, Title VII discrimination, honesty, "right fit" and personality traits testing.

Eliminating Diversity Deficits: Improving Representation, Inclusion and Equity at Every Step
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Please join Lynn Ivey for a session that addresses diversity deficits and how to combat them, not just in the causes you address but also among the very individuals who do the work every day – your staff and volunteers. She will first help you identify where to begin; then she will help you determine how to carry out the changes that are needed; and finally, she will help you take the leap and implement change – with intention, sensitivity, and commitment.

Employee Leaves of Absence: Understanding How Various Legal Authorities Work Together (Three-Session Series)
  • On-demand

Please join Melissa Fleischer for this three-session series in which she covers several key components of the leave of absence puzzle: FMLA compliance, the ADA-required interactive process, and the emerging area of state and local sick leave requirements. This series will provide attendees with the tools to help you address your employee leave of absence decisions in a manner compliant with applicable laws and regulations.

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