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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


Cal/OSHA lawsuits for employers Every employer in the state of California, regardless of industry, is subject to the regulations set forth by the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), commonly referred to as Cal/OSHA. These regulations help ensure safe and healthy working conditions for employees by enforcing workplace safety standards and safety training in the workplace. Employers […] continue reading this post


reducing workplace stress April is Stress Awareness Month. Stress is something that affects a large majority of the population. According to the Stress in America study done by the American Psychological Association (APA), nearly 70% of Americans experience physical and mental symptoms of stress. When stress begins to build, it can affect concentration, mood, sleep, health and even […] continue reading this post


As business owners we are constantly reviewing our profits, where we need to cut back, where we need to invest, and what aspects of our business we could improve. Many think of the usual suspects when considering any number of these subjects, but have you ever thought of investing in quality training programs? Often times, […] continue reading this post