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Posted on March 1, 2011

No nonprofit leader wants to get the news that an employee has been injured on the job. Your first reaction is concern for the health and well-being of the employee. But you must also consider the implications of the injury on the organization as a whole. Can the nonprofit be sued for the injury? Who will pay for the medical bills? What happens if the employee can’t come back to work or can no longer do the same job? Our new article “Georgia Workers’ Compensation Basics” can help answer these questions.