Risk Management & HR Basics
February 7, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
This workshop will cover two elements crucial to safeguarding your organization: Risk Management and Human Resources basics. Risk management is an essential part of your nonprofit’s operation and leadership and ensures that your organization can safely carry out its mission, while protecting its client population as well as the organization’s employees and volunteers. Staffing decisions are among the most important decisions that nonprofit organizations make. Therefore, the second half of the workshop will focus on basic HR principles and practices to help you understand ways to mitigate risk.
- Risks particular to the nonprofit sector (working with volunteers and risky populations)
- Potential liabilities for an organization
- Understanding insurance
- Best practices for risk management
- Understanding basic employment law
- Basic nonprofit HR principals and practices
Who should attend: nonprofit chief executives and senior level staff. Registration is limited to two per organization.
About the presenter:
Alexander Campbell, Associate, Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC
As a business attorney, Alexander Campbell works with his clients to triage issues, formulate solutions, and provide strategic advice. His practice is focused on supporting and representing tax exempt organizations including startups, established social service agencies, and century-old family and community foundations. He also has a strong focus on cultivating and developing social enterprise, representing entrepreneurs and for-profit businesses who strive to improve the communities in which they live and work. Read his full bio here.
Due to space limitations, a password is required to register. If you are interested in this seminar but did not receive an invitation to register, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.