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Federal Grant & Contract News for Nonprofits

In April, the Obama Administration took a decisive step toward closing the gap in pay equality for women and minorities employed by Federal contractors, including nonprofits. Additionally, the U.S. House of Representatives...more

Religious Institutions - March 2014

Under state and federal law, "whistleblowers" are a protected class and a broader category of persons than intuitively you might guess. When we imagine the quintessential whistleblower, the individual is usually someone who...more

Washington Supreme Court Holds That the WLAD Exemption for Non-Profit Religious Organizations is Unconstitutional as Applied to...

The Washington Supreme Court has significantly limited non-profit religious organizations’ immunity from employment discrimination claims brought under the Washington Law Against Discrimination (“WLAD”), RCW 49.60. In...more

Employment Law Litigation Trends: How Your Nonprofit Can Avoid Common Family and Medical Leave Lawsuits

In this presentation: - Litigation Trends Under Family-Oriented Employment Laws - Tips for Minimizing the Risk of Litigation - Questions - Excerpt from Tips for Minimizing the Risk of...more

Work & Family: What Nonprofit Employers Should Know about Family-Oriented Employment Laws

In this presentation: - Overview of the Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) – Eligibility – Leave – Care of Covered Military Service Members – Intermittent Leave and Reduced...more

Recaps from Proskauer’s 18th Annual Trick or Treat Tax Exempt Seminar

Proskauer’s 18th Annual Trick or Treat Seminar was held on Thursday, October 31. The Seminar discussed: - Statutory Authority of New York Attorney General’s Charities Bureau - Proposed Revisions to New...more

Employee Benefits for Same-Sex Couples: What Your Nonprofit Needs to Know

In this presentation: - United States v. Windsor - IRS Revenue Ruling 2013-17 - IRS FAQs - IRS Notice 2013-61 - Correction of employment tax overpayments for health and other fringe...more

Employee Leaves of Absence and Other Accommodations under the Law: What Every Nonprofit Needs to Know

In this presentation: - Americans with Disabilities Act ..Overview & Practical Pointers - Family and Medical Leave Act ..Overview & Practical Pointers - Questions - Excerpt from: Family and...more

Employee Leaves of Absence and Other Accommodations Under the Law: What Every Nonprofit Needs to Know

In this presentation: - Overview of ADA & FMLA - Policy & Practical Pointers - Example Requests for Leave or Other Accommodations –Discussion of Select Issues Related to Such Requests -...more

Massachusetts Governor Patrick Signs Law Mandating Fingerprint-Based Background Check

On January 10, 2013, Governor Patrick signed “An Act Relative to Background Checks” (H.4307) into law. This law implements a wide reaching requirement for mandatory state and national fingerprint-based criminal background...more

Rekabet Için Sürdürülebilirlik - Mersin Siyaset 23.1.2012

Rekabe Için Sürdürülebilirlik - Mersin Siyaset http://www.mersinsiyaset.net/haber/Rekabet-icin-surdururebilirlik--5378 Rotary 2420. Bölge’nin, Birlesmis Milletler Kalkinma Programi (UNDP) ile is birligi içinde yürüttügü...more

Religious Institutions Update: November 2012

Nearly everyone uses social media these days, from Facebook and LinkedIn to YouTube and Twitter. Employers have learned that social media can be a valuable recruiting device, enabling them to identify candidates with the...more

Washington Rejects Clergy Negligent Supervision/Retention Claims in Church Quarrel

The Supreme Court of Washington recently limited negligent supervision and negligent retention claims against churches, based on the First Amendment and deference to religious tribunals. Title VII claims may also be limited,...more

Monitoring Spiritual and Mental Health for Religious Workers Without Violating the ADA

Religious organizations may have particular spiritual and safety concerns around mental health issues for their workers. A recent holding that requiring employees to get mental health counseling is likely a violation of the...more

“Holder of a Religious Office” Exemption under Ontario ESA Interpreted

The Ontario Employment Standards Act excludes from its protection holders of a “religious office”. The Ontario Labour Relations Board has issued a decision interpreting this rarely-litigated provision....more

How Nonprofits Can Avoid the Legal Pitfalls of Telecommuting Employees

As technology for the home office improves, more nonprofits and employees are taking advantage of the benefits of telecommuting.  Laptops are lighter, faster, and more portable.  Smartphones, iPads, and other e-readers...more

Johnston v. Carnegie Corporation of New York: How Strong Are Your Nonprofit’s Severance Agreements?

Nonprofits often feel like Davids in a world of Goliaths. Struggling with tight budgets and lean staffs, the last thing they want to add to their basket of worries is a complex regime of human resource policies. Often,...more

Court Rules in Support of Religious Selection in Employment Decisions

On August 23, 2010, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit handed down a noteworthy ruling for any organization using religious criteria in making employment decisions. In this ruling, the court upheld the...more

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