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September 15, 2016

Personnel Policy Review & Update "Back to School Special"

Getting “Back to Basics” Helps Nonprofits Deal with Regulatory Changes & Compliance Challenges

Uncertainty has been swirling in the nonprofit world recently about human resources and employment practices. It seems that many organizations are getting back to basics by looking at their policies and procedures – and personnel policies specifically.  Nonprofit leaders are first diving in and reviewing and updating these policies to ensure compliance with changes that need to be made (many times due to the new Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA) Overtime Regulations,) then working to consistently implement those changes within their organization.

We have seen this process help many NYCON members tackle practical compliance challenges, educate board and staff members and, as a result, effectively change their corporate documents and operations to maintain best practices in light of changing compliance requirements.

The process of personnel policy review and updating can be daunting and expensive for nonprofit executives and board leaders. NYCON wants to make it easier and affordable.

Through the month of October, any member of NYCON can have their Personnel Policies reviewed, updated to meet current compliance requirements, and will receive an hour of consulting, if necessary, with a member of NYCON’s Legal Services Group.

The whole process can be completed within 30 business days and will be offered at a substantial discount of $999 through October 2016.

It’s easy to get started!
 Simply click here, answer a few questions, upload your current set of Personnel Policies and one of our Legal Services staff members will be in touch with you within a day.




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NYCON develops and promotes an effective and vibrant charitable nonprofit community throughout New York State.  We strengthen organizational capacity, act as an advocate and unifying voice, help to inform philanthropic giving, and conduct research and planning to demonstrate relevance and impact.