Posted on April 5, 2016

Nonprofit organizations often evaluate success based on how effective they are in accomplishing their mission. Thus, most nonprofit organizations have a plan in place to ensure success in accomplishing the goals of the organization. Achievement of the mission is directly tied to having the right people in place to execute the work.
Often faced with the challenge of retaining quality employees, nonprofits must have rigorous hiring practices, thoughtful mechanisms for evaluating employee performance, and the know-how to terminate unproductive employees. Having these in place can help the organization ensure that it hires and retains people that are capable, willing, and qualified to drive the organization’s mission forward. Further, employing best practices related to hiring, employee evaluations, and firing can also minimize legal exposure when faced with lawsuits from problem employees.

During this presentation, our speaker explains:
• Best practices for hiring and firing while considering the current legal environment
• The importance of assessing potential liability in hiring and firing practices and ensuring that hiring and firing procedures comply with applicable law
• The benefits of conducting regular employee performance evaluations
• Best practices for conducting more thorough and legally sound employee evaluations.

Thursday, April 14, 2016
10:30 until 12:00 noon

The Foundation Center

Presenter: Marquetta Bryan, Nelson Mullins

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