Legislative inaction at the state and federal level has seen nonprofits moving toward using litigation as a normative standard in advancing their advocacy campaigns like never before.
How nonprofits can overcome the complex legislative landscape to effectively lobby and pass laws that serve their communities.
For nonprofit organizations, filing a Form 990 can be overwhelming and confusing, especially if it’s your first time. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about filing a Form 990, including six steps to take before, during, and after transmitting your form to the IRS.
By expanding ESG efforts and communicating them effectively, nonprofits can engage new audiences and achieve greater impact. This article discusses how nonprofits can document and communicate their ESG impact and provides five steps to get started.
What happens if an employee who is filling in for another employee out on FMLA turns out to be better in the position? What are our options?
A new accounting standard will bring clarity and consistency to how in-kind contributions of nonfinancial assets are reported for nonprofits.
The ADA interactive process is a two-way street. What should employers do when employees aren’t interacting in good faith?
Terminating an employee because they haven’t shown up or reported in should be pursued only after proactive efforts to reach out have failed.
Approaching investigations in a way that the process is fair, objective, and thorough, as the law requires, can be formidable for a beginner.
Whether you handle investigations internally or bring in an independent outside investigator depends on several considerations.