Given all that needs to be done each day, it is very easy for a nonprofit manager to overlook seemingly small staffing issues or to make decisions without understanding all the important aspects involved. But, inherent to the ever-changing world of managing staff are risks for not meeting legal compliance. Nonprofits, because of their structure, budgetary constraints, the blending of paid employees and volunteers, and the complexities of delivering a range of services in various environments, face a number of unique HR challenges. Failing to take the right actions, avoid the pitfalls and minimize mistakes puts the organization at risk for harming staff and being subjected to difficult lawsuits, fines, and loss of funding due to negative press and diminished reputation.
Please join Lynn Ivey as she helps managers understand the laws and best practices that apply to their organization to ensure that they make the right decisions as they lead their teams to fulfilling their mission. She will provide key information on current nonprofit staff management issues and concerns to help you make the right decisions, avoid missteps, and reduce your risk for adverse outcomes. Learn effective ways to manage special situations with your staff so you can focus more attention on achieving your organization’s mission.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- Common staff management missteps to avoid
- The importance of addressing staff conflict
- FMLA Dos and Don’ts
- Understanding wage payment laws and applying them correctly
- Navigating the exempt vs. non-exempt determination process
- Handling employee expense reimbursements the right way
- Turning around negative performance
- Terminating employees the right way
- Avoiding missteps when ADA accommodations are requested
- Maintaining proper personnel files and required documentation
- AND MUCH MORE!
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Managing Nonprofit Staff: Avoid Pitfalls & Reduce Risk in Real Time” is Lynn Ivey. Ms. Ivey is a consultant to nonprofit organizations. Her nonprofit experience spans more than 20 years and includes prior nonprofit positions with healthcare, education, and family support/intervention programs. Her roles have been diverse including that of the administrator of one of South Carolina’s largest nonprofit hospice programs. In addition she has held a variety of other nonprofit positions including: director and coordinator of volunteer programs, personnel manager, social worker, and preschool director. Ms. Ivey holds licenses as a social worker and long-term care administrator. Because of her wealth of first-hand experience both in senior nonprofit executive and volunteer positions, Ms. Ivey is a sought-after speaker and has presented at many national and state conferences, and regional meetings. Ms. Ivey has also served as a clinical instructor and staff trainer. Ms. Ivey also has a wealth of experience as a volunteer. Her volunteer experiences include: women’s shelters, a theater company, U.S. Navy Family Service Center, and scouting. Most recently she has held volunteer positions serving on the National Council of Hospice and Palliative Professionals CEO Steering Committee, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Cancer Control Advisory Committee, South Carolina Association of Residential Care Homes Board of Directors, to mention only a few.