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Employment Law for Nonprofits

This event is part of the series:
Duke University - Continuing Studies: Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program: Session II

June 5, 2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Speaker: Larry Warner, JD, MBA, larry@warnerlawoffices.net 

Nonprofits have an obligation to follow federal and state employment and labor laws.  This course is designed to provide a practical overview of the main employment law issues that arise in nonprofit organizations. You will learn about state and federal laws that govern employment policies and practices as well as recommended guidelines for minimizing risk.

Key Learning Objectives:

1.     Understand state and federal employment laws that apply to nonprofits.

2.     Learn best practices for hiring employees and working with volunteers.

3.     Understand the rights and obligations within the employer-employee relationship.

Bio:  Larry Warner, JD, MBA, is the founder of Warner Law Offices, PLLC, specializes in advising small and medium businesses, with a focus on health care providers, on a variety of legal topics.  Over his 25 years practicing law, Larry has worked with clients on employment matters, employee handbooks, corporate governance, licensing approvals, corporate formations, business transactions and contractual agreements.  Larry holds an MBA from George Washington University and a JD from Catholic University.

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