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This article provides an extensive, though not exhaustive, overview of the steps to be taken during an internal investigation, and includes sample questions....

This article explains: The repercussions New Jersey employers could face if they fail to timely and adequately provide information to the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDLWD) with respect to claims for unemployment compensation (UC) benefits. The obligation of employers to provide...

Understanding wage and hour law is critical to a well-run organization. Join us as we cover the basics of wage and hour law, to enable you to avoid common pitfalls and to minimize the risk of mistakes that can lead to significant exposure for employers....

Many nonprofit organizations thrive because of their wonderful volunteers, but we all know managing volunteers is no easy task. The overall management of a volunteer program is the most effective way to reduce or eliminate financial risk to nonprofit organizations and requires a combination of...

When the time comes for your nonprofit to hire its first employee, it’s helpful to have a roadmap of the legal, financial, and operational requirements for employers....

Managing requests for disability accommodations from employees, clients, workplace visitors, and the public can be confusing for nonprofit organizations. There are overlapping laws and regulations that have distinct (and sometimes conflicting) rules. There can be uncertainty about what information a nonprofit can legally request when...