Human Resources

  • This session aims to help organizations that are growing or planning to grow avoid common pitfalls and build a people-centered operations foundation that supports sustainable organizational growth.
  • Going Forward: Best Practices and Considerations for Nonprofit Re-Engagement was developed during the COVID-19 pandemic by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, who generously shared it to meet the needs of other state associations.

  • Updated May 24, 2024
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  • What does it mean for employers to be neuro-inclusive? Join this interactive training that will give participants concrete parameters to improve their neuro-cultural competency. This will include accessibility-related aspects of recruitment and hiring, workplace environment, training and supervision, and workplace communication. Participants will leave with specific, actionable steps to improve the accessibility and neuro-inclusiveness of their organizations.
  • Developed from ongoing nonprofit management research and the Center’s guide, Principles & Practices: Best Practices for North Carolina Nonprofits, this 6-session series facilitates learning, discussion, and fundamental management strategies around board governance, program design and evaluation, strategic planning, fundraising, financial management, and human resources.
  • With the most racially diverse generation in history entering the workforce – GenZ – employers must assess relevant methods to develop and retain diverse early talent. Skills, jobs, and workplace dynamics have been significantly impacted by a global pandemic, new dynamics of work, and social injustices; organizations must adapt to the “future of work.”

    During this webinar, Chelsea C. Williams, Founder & CEO of Reimagine Talent Co. will explore case studies to help you build and cultivate the early talent pipeline by:

  • In 2023, 30% of employees in the U.S. reported being burned out “very often” or “always” at work. Quiet quitting is on the rise. We need engaged leaders who know how to balance head with heart.

    Being a Kind Boss isn’t about playing nice or not hurting feelings. Kindness is “having, showing or proceeding from benevolence.” Nice is a feeling. Kindness is an action. Kindness is collaborating with others to make the working world less awful.

  • This webinar will share entertaining stories of leadership gone wrong, tips to drive home key learnings, and inspiration to put kindness into practice. Get fired up for action, collaboration, and kindness - and tools to develop a team that will produce better results more efficiently *and* help save their sanity.
  • Did you know your nonprofit organization may be leaving money on the table? Through the Nonprofit Employee Retention Tax Refund, the IRS offers refunds of up to $26,000 per employee for eligible nonprofits if your operations were partially or fully suspended due to government orders or if you experienced a significant revenue decrease during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join this webinar to:

  • Join this discussion for an overview of the current healthcare landscape as it relates to nonprofit employee benefits. We’ll explore various strategies employers are deploying to mitigate cost and risk, and the pros and cons of nontraditional health care options for smaller nonprofits including Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangements (QSEHRA), Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO) plans, Professional Employer Organizations (PEO), and Association Health Plans (AHP).

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