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Staying True to Your Nonprofit Mission: Navigating Reverse Discrimination and Anti-DEI Challenges

March 28, 2024
Since PBPA’s last podcast episode regarding DEI (diversity, equity & inclusion) initiatives, there have been numerous lawsuits against nonprofits not only related to DEI employment initiatives, but also nonprofit grant-making and programming. From the Supreme Court to the circuit court right here in Atlanta, nonprofits are at the heart of many of these lawsuits. Join us in this episode of the PBPA Podcast, as Terri Stewart with Fisher Phillips and Abby Larimer with Mohawk Industries answer our …

Steer Clear of Stipends: Why Nonprofits Should Consider Alternate Ways to Show Appreciation

March 28, 2024
Nonprofit entities frequently depend on the support of interns or volunteers to fulfill their mission. In acknowledgment of their valuable contributions, certain nonprofits may contemplate offering stipends to these volunteers or interns. While the intention behind this gesture is commendable, it introduces potential risks for your organization. This article aims to shed light on the associated risks of providing stipends to volunteers or interns and suggests alternative, less risky ways for your nonprofit to express gratitude.

Webcast: Setting Up Your Housing Participants for Success: Best Practices to Avoid Eviction

March 28, 2024
Nonprofit organizations that offer housing assistance are committed to providing stable and supportive living environments for their participants. However, there are occasions when a nonprofit must make challenging decisions regarding non-compliant participants. In this webinar, our speakers will offer insights and solutions for nonprofits to navigate such situations, protect themselves from liability, and continue to serve their missions, including: Speakers: Josh Archer, Partner, Balch & Bingham; Kathryn Carey, Associate, Balch & Bingham; and Keith Dutton, Chief Compliance …

The Music Education Group, Inc.

March 27, 2024
Veteran music industry executive Rickey Ross founded The Music Education Group (MEG) in 2004, fueled by a desire to use his knowledge of the music industry to help others find opportunities. The organization provides access to music, film, and digital media-based education to youth in underserved communities and prepares them for success in the content creation business. MEG has helped to set up free music studios in low-income neighborhoods, including at the City of Atlanta Dunbar Recreation …

New Wage Rules May Require Payment of Overtime to Nonprofit Executive Directors and Managers Who Are Currently Exempt

March 14, 2024
Unless they are exempt from the overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), all employees must be paid overtime for work in excess of 40 hours per week. As soon as April of 2024, the Wage and Hour Division of the United States Department of Labor (DOL) is expected to issue new final regulations that will increase the salary threshold to qualify for exemption from overtime requirements under the FLSA, making many more employees non-exempt …

Crisis Management For Nonprofits

February 29, 2024
The old saying goes “All publicity is good publicity”.  But we beg to differ.  Nonprofit organizations rely on their goodwill to raise funds and continue to do the good work that they do in the community.  Bad publicity from a crisis has the potential to destroy such goodwill.   Understanding how to anticipate, respond, and recover from crises can be a critical skill for any nonprofit leader. Join me in this episode of the PBPA Podcast as …
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