Small and medium-sized nonprofits typically don’t have the resources to create a human resources department with an experienced HR professional. The job of HR may be done by the executive director, the chief financial officer, a manager or administrative staff – wherever there is a little capacity or a little interest. So how do you know you’re really doing the right things, complying with the laws, and adhering to best practices?
In this session, we’ll highlight Minnesota and federal employment law so you better understand how to apply and integrate your legal obligations. Examples of what we’ll cover include a core understanding of HR’s legal alphabet soup:
- EEO, ADA, ADEA, and the Minnesota Human Rights Act
- Employment at will
- FLSA and exempt status
- Independent contractors
- Federal and state leave of absence requirements
- MN wage theft law
- Miscellaneous Minnesota employment laws
This workshop is one session of a two-part series. The second session is HR Best Practices on November 9
from 9 - 11 a.m Central. Use the registration button on this page to register only for the HR Compliance workshop. Registration for the full series is now closed.
This event will have AI captions via Zoom’s transcription function. Please note that these captions are automatically generated by the computer software and may not always accurately transcribe what is said. If you need professional captioning, or have another accessibility accommodation, please email MCN’s program assistant
with your request at least two weeks prior to the start of the event. Although we will attempt to meet all accessibility requests, late request may not be fulfilled.
is a human resource strategist with over 35 years of experience as a consultant and trusted resource for a diverse group of small and medium-sized organizations. She’s seen first-hand what nonprofit leaders face every day, and her results-oriented consulting and training successfully fills that gap. Having worked with over 200 nonprofit and 400 for-profit organizations since starting her firm HRx in 1992, she partners with leaders to develop and implement do-able strategies for the success of your organization. With an MBA in organizational behavior and a Master of Education in counseling, Arlene is both a studied and practiced authority in human resources and human relations. She offers practical, real solutions through her consulting, advising, and training that you can apply today.