Human Resources 101: 2022 and Beyond

  • Thursday, January 27, 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Online via Zoom
  • 18

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HR 101 (3) - Ryan Swanson Law


One of our best assets is our staff. Nonprofits need to focus on being a good employer and retaining high quality talent. We must focus and develop a healthy culture, effective communication strategies, and an environment where we can hold one another accountable, work efficiently and effectively.

While financial capacity is critical, an organization’s human capital is its foundation. This session will discuss how to develop and sustain a culture in which your team and organization can thrive in addition to staying compliant with basic federal and state regulations and trends, changes, and the current best practices will be discussed.

If you are not employing paid staff, these same tenets, and tools work with volunteers.

Being good leaders, a good boss - a good employer - is a critical component to a nonprofit's sustainability. We require good people to meet our mission - people with passion, commitment, and dedication. 


 This session will provide participants with working knowledge of the following:

  • Developing and modeling the culture that is best for your organization’s team
  • Learn how to keep your organization in compliance with basic federal regulations
  • Identify legal hiring and firing practices
  • Policies that should be in place and which records must be maintained
  • Methods of evaluating your staff and understanding what your legal obligations are.
Designed For: Board Members, Leaders, Volunteer Coordinators, Executive Directors, Nonprofit Startups

Cost/s: Nonprofit Network Members - $25.00 
Guest of Members - $15

Non-members - $45.00
Additional registrants from same non-member organization - $30.00

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Facilitated by - 

Brett Heflin
Capacity Builder

Brett uses real life examples to illustrate complex points and help turn ideas into actions. His broad and diverse career gives him the opportunity to speak firsthand with lived experiences.  People relate to how knowledgeable, friendly and approachable Brett is. He creates an interactive environment so all can easily share ideas and concepts.  He is upbeat and positive, which makes learning easy. Learn more HERE.



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