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Advice for nonprofit HR departments that need to correctly perform layoffs, furloughs, and temporary shutdowns.
While the need for nonprofit services continues even in bad economic times, workers are just as vulnerable to layoffs as any other industry.
Blue Avocado editors have created a convenient sample letter for use in nonprofit layoff situations when/if they become necessary.
Blue Avocado readers share their ways of signing off on nonprofit emails. The consensus is quick, and in keeping with the tone of the email.
Standard elements of a drug and alcohol free workplace program for nonprofits. Includes a sample drug and alcohol free workplace policy.
Ask Rita explores whether or not a nonprofit organization’s employee can come and go using Family or Medical Leave?
Many people don’t realize that on their personal tax returns volunteers can deduct mileage expenses incurred as part of volunteering.
It often seems that efforts between board and staff of appreciation feel trivial at best, and even hypocritical or enraging at worst.
Dear Rita, An employee googled our nonprofit’s name and came across a coworker’s blog. The blog contains some outrageous material, including some unflattering comments about working at our organization. What can our nonprofit do? — Blog-Burned Dear Blo …