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Nonprofits are threatened by risks that their workers, volunteers, and organization face on a day to day basis. Nonprofit risk management is a crucial topic that seems to be overlooked by most organizations. These risks include employer liability, liability for special events, cyberattacks. 1. Employers Liability Accidents occur daily, and one simple fall can be […] continue reading this post


Although nonprofits may be excused from several tax issues that face other for-profit organizations, the issue of classifying workers is similar. Classifying workers is one of the most significant issues that effects nonprofits today. Recently the California Supreme Court upheld their ruling on the case of Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. The Superior Court of […] continue reading this post


benefits of flexible working The standard nine-to-five office work day may not be so standard anymore. According to the Flexible Working Survey recently released by global workspace and business service provider International Workplace Group (IWG), 70% of employees work remotely each week. Of that 70%, 53% do so for at least one to three days each week, and the […] continue reading this post


leadership is hard The current climate of distrust of people in power – politicians, media, celebrities – has taken its toll on business leaders as well. Whether or not business leaders actively participate in politics or current events is not the issue, however. Institutional trust is declining as a whole, and business leaders need to work harder than […] continue reading this post


Much of today‚Äôs workforce is comprised of millennials, but employers are struggling to appeal to them, thus contributing to a high millennial turnover rate. According to a survey by Gallup, millennials change jobs at a rate that is three times higher than workers from older generations. Replacing one entry level to mid-level employee can cost […] continue reading this post