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Labor 101: Nonprofits and Volunteers, Contractors, and Employees – Legal Clinic
April 25, 2018 | 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Do labor laws around employees, volunteers, interns, and contractors keep you up at night? You are not alone. Many nonprofit leaders are faced with a complex web of rules and regulations around labor while also juggling day-to-day operations. If you find yourself wondering about your labor practices and whether you’re setting yourself up for a legal issue, you’ll want to join in on this workshop.
In this workshop, we’ll cover a variety of common stumbling blocks nonprofit leaders encounter when working with employees, volunteers, interns and contractors.
Key topics include:
- How do you legally classify someone as an employee, independent contractor, volunteer or intern,
- What legal responsibilities come along with each classification,
- What does it take to bring on my first new hire and how do I hire legally,
- What ongoing payroll requirements do I have as a nonprofit leader with employees,
- What key documents should I have for employees, volunteers, interns and contractors, to help lower my risk exposure, and
much, much more.
Time: 4:00-6:00pm (Clinic), 5:30-6pm (Dinner), 6:00-8:00pm (Workshop)
Location: Wayfind & NAC Office, 515 W Harrison Street, Suite 208, Kent, WA 98032
Presenter: Chris McCauley, CPA, Staff Attorney, Wayfind
Price: $10.00 (Workshop limited to South King County organizations that serve South King County)
**Note: Registering for this event does not automatically give you a clinic appointment – see below to register separately.
Prior to the start of the workshop, we will host a legal clinic for nonprofits. During the legal clinic, each nonprofit will have approximate 30-45 minutes to speak with an attorney about a business-related legal matter. You must schedule an legal clinic appointment in advance. Please contact Chris McCauley at email@example.com to register. Spots are limited!
This training is part of our South King County Nonprofit Legal Training Series and is intended for residents of S. King County and organizations that serve S. King County residents. Registration is limited to S. King County participants. This training is also sponsored by the Seattle Foundation and City of Kent and is a partnership of Wayfind and the Nonprofit Assistance Center (NAC).