• Take an intentional, strategic approach to your organization's optimal mix of remote work by revisiting your organization's policies and management practices. What Is Your Organization’s Long-Term Remote Work Strategy? (Harvard Business Review) prompts your organization to consider:

  • Caroline McDowell, Marketing & Communications Manager, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

  • Jeanne Tedrow, President & CEO, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

  • Employment Law for North Carolina Nonprofits: A Handbook for Managers and Board Members of Nonprofit Organizations describes the major state and federal employment law requirements that apply to private, nonprofit organizations and offers suggestions for adopting personnel practices that reduce exposure to costly litigation and produce a more productive workforce.

    ©2008 North Carolina Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Inc.

  • Although no measures will completely insulate your organization from harassment charges, you can reduce the risk by having a clear anti-harassment policy and an effective internal procedure for investigation and dispute resolution.  Use these steps to protect your organization.

    © North Carolina Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Inc. From Common Ground, a publication of the N.C. Center for Nonprofits, www.ncnonprofits.org.

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