The Grayest Areas of Nonprofit Employment Law

When you run a nonprofit, it is crucial to have an understanding of nonprofit employment law. A nonprofit board member regularly makes flirty comments to the executive director – does this count as sexual harassment? The board decides to let go of an independent contractor due to a program closure, but they’re accusing the nonprofit of racial discrimination. The board wants to ask their employees to “volunteer” for other responsibilities – is that legal?

Sometimes the answers to these questions are not cut and dried. Lawyer Zaylore Stout joins me for this episode to dig into a bunch of listener questions about the gray areas in nonprofit employment law. You won’t to miss it!

 

Related: [PODCAST] Nonprofit Q&A: The Unpaid “Employees” Edition 

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