Non-Profit

October 18, 2021

Boost Your Company’s Safety Culture

Safety culture is a much-discussed concept these days, but what does it actually mean? According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Construction Safety & Injury Prevention Program Workbook, “a culture is an attitude that develops over time, based upon learning, personal experiences, beliefs, and upbringing; and is widely demonstrated by company staff. While adjusting...

October 11, 2021

Nonprofit Risk Insights – Governance Best Practices

Governance refers to the strategic direction of an organization and encompasses a variety of functions, including financial viability and how successfully the organization is fulfilling its mission. For nonprofits, governance entails setting direction, making policy and strategy decisions, overseeing and monitoring organizational performance and ensuring overall accountability. Effective governance requires leadership and accountability from all...

October 4, 2021

Cal/OSHA to Expand Enforcement Authority

On Sept. 27, 2021, California adopted Senate Bill 606 (SB 606) to expand the state’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (Cal/OSHA) enforcement authority. Among other things, SB 606 creates a new egregious violation citation category and an assumption that violations are enterprise wide under certain circumstances. SB 606 also addresses issues with abatement, notice in...

September 3, 2021

After Hurricane Ida — What Happens Now?

With more than one million homes and businesses without power across Louisiana, assessing the damage from Hurricane Ida will definitely take some time. The Category 4 hurricane made landfall near Port Fourchon, La., on August 29, approximately 40 miles away from where Hurricane Katrina had landed just 16 years earlier. Preliminary damage estimates of uninsured losses in...

August 16, 2021

OSHA Urges Employers to Require Vaccinated Workers to Wear Masks

The U.S. agency that regulates workplace safety issued guidance on Friday urging employers to require many fully vaccinated workers to wear masks to protect unvaccinated colleagues and customers, amid a surge in COVID-19 cases. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommended that workers wear masks “in areas of substantial or high community transmission,” such...

July 8, 2021

Five Ways Nonprofits Can Improve Cybersecurity

Nonprofit (or not-for-profit) organizations operate by paying employees a fair wage but utilize donations, volunteer work and government support to fulfill their mission. In many cases, they have slim budgets and little funding for the cybersecurity solutions that many businesses take for granted.   Since nonprofits might not have the funding to implement the latest cybersecurity defensive...

June 30, 2021

5 Human Resource Challenges Facing Small Businesses Today

Unfortunately, there are no shortcuts when it comes to effective HR management. So, if you are an entrepreneur who plans to hire employees, do yourself a favor. Consider these five HR challenges in making sure you are compliant in all aspects of your business. 1. Staying up to date on all current laws and regulations The legal landscape...

March 5, 2021

How Non-Profits Can Prevent Card-Testing Fraud

The ability for donors to go online and give to their favorite nonprofit has become a simple and convenient way to support an organization. And when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many nonprofits moved their giving and fundraising campaigns online, allowing supporters to make donations via their debit or credit cards. But while online contributions have been a...

January 21, 2021

Insurance Coverage Options to Safeguard Volunteers

Those who volunteer their time to support nonprofit organizations are an invaluable asset. In fact, according to the Corporation for National and Community Service, nearly 77.34 million people volunteered through a nonprofit organization in 2019, providing an estimated national value of $25.43 for each volunteer hour. With so much riding on the power of volunteers, how can...

December 2, 2020

Driving HR Efficiencies With Technology

Improving workplace efficiency is about helping employees work smarter, not harder. Fortunately, in today’s world, technology can help improve efficiency and productivity in the workplace—especially for HR professionals. No matter the size of the company, its needs can feel overwhelming for HR leaders, especially when they are faced with normal factors like team vacations and...

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