This webinar explores the virtual workplace and covers best practices for managing your nonprofit's full- and partial-remote workers.
This webinar will cover the essential elements of a vehicle safety program, including developing written policies and procedures and implementing a program that fits your organization’s needs.
This webinar discusses best practices for documenting common employment decisions, such as disciplines, terminations, investigations, or responses to leave, and disability accommodation requests.
This webinar covers employment topics such as wage and hour compliance, administering leave laws, worker misclassification, disability accommodation, and supervisor training.
This session will explore practical strategies for getting your team on board in support of a deep and lasting commitment to safety and mission-protection in your nonprofit.
Inaccessible websites are increasingly being targeted as violations of disability accommodation laws. Is your nonprofit's website at risk?
Risk management for nonprofits is not just about having adequate insurance; it is also about reducing the level of risk for the nonprofit, the staff, the volunteers, and the clients served by implementing effective policies and procedures.
Nonprofits rely on volunteers. Here's some tools and resources your nonprofit can adopt to help you effectively and safely manage your volunteer programs.
Using photos from the internet can cause problems for your nonprofit. Safer ways to source images. What to do if you get a demand letter.
Recent changes to state privacy laws in California raise many questions and uncertainties for nonprofits' hiring and background check processes.
In any negotiated agreement, each party should be liable for the things over which they have control. Before you sign a contract, do you review it with your insurance broker? Decision-makers at nonprofit organizations can better work with insurance brokers, identify potential problems with contracts, and navigate liability when signing a contract with local municipalities. […]
During wildfire season, things can be beyond your control, but here are four ways nonprofits can stay a little safer when things get hot.