Why “Can My Board Fire Me?” is the Wrong Question

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If I had a dime for every time a founder shows more thoughtfulness choosing Mario Kart characters than its board appointments…well….I’d have a boatload of dimes. But the easiest way to maintain an organization’s vision is to spend as much time as possible vetting board members and their fit with said mission. Treat the decision […]

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Updates For Exempt Organizations With Employees

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Employment law can be so niche, and change so often, that I tend to shy away from talking about it. But the situations below run so counter to what  folks generally believe to be true that I thought it important to at least highlight them. Those with employees will definitely want to pay attention to […]

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Succession Planning Series Part III: Best Practices & Resources

Afraid we’re now coming to the end of our succession planning journey. In the first post, we addressed typical mistakes  organizations make when beginning succession endeavors. In the second post we briefly addressed legal issues you’ll want to be aware of regardless of what stage of succession planning you’re in. In this post, I’ll provide […]

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Succession Planning Series Part II: Legal Issues

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Before I move on to solutions and best practices, I wanted to make a quick detour on this Succession Planning voyage of ours (it”s my blog so I can do that *raspberry*). It”s important that I point out that there are legal considerations that must be taken into account  when devising a succession plan. These […]

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Social Media Firings: The Continuing Saga

    This is something I’ve kept up with for a while now. Especially because its something that is tremendously important for non-profits. For those who haven’t kept up with the saga (though you’d essentially have to have had your head in a Peruvian mountain not to) there has been a proliferation of cases brought […]

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