Just like any workplace, a nonprofit organization has workers who aid the nonprofit in the pursuit of its goals. These workers are the nonprofit’s most valuable asset, and their performance will often determine the organization’s overall success.
The attached articles address recent legal developments and answer three important questions for the nonprofit employer:
– Is a nonprofit’s worker an employee or an independent contractor?
– Are the nonprofit’s employees classified correctly as exempt or nonexempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act?
– Can the organization have unpaid interns?
Click here to read the articles: Guidance for Nonprofits Seeking to Use Unpaid Interns and Proper Worker Classification in the Workplace: Avoiding Misclassification Issues.