When hiring workers, properly classifying them as employees or independent contractors has considerable significance for both the workers and businesses, including nonprofits. This bulletin will review the difference between an employee and independent contractor, how to properly apply the ABC test to worker classification, exceptions to the rule, and implications for nonprofits and small businesses.
Employers that want to avoid layoffs can take advantage of the Work Sharing program. Work Sharing allows employers to reduce the hours of several employees who then access partial Unemployment Insurance to compensate for reduced hours. This alert explains the requirements of the program and the process for enrolling. (June 22, 2020)
This document provides a sample letter a commercial tenant should send to their landlord in order to take advantage of protections for commercial tenants in unincorporated LA County or County cities that do not have their own COVID-19 commercial tenant protections. (June 24, 2020)
This alert provides a general overview of Los Angeles County Protections for Small Business Commercial Tenants as of May 2022.
This document lists some reasons why your nonprofit might need legal assistance and some examples of the types of legal assistance provided by Public Counsel’s Community Development Project.
These FAQs discuss common questions employers have with regard to the legalities of requiring employees to be vaccinated.
This guide provides a basic overview of the risk management process. Using a case study as an example, the guide explains the three fundamental steps that every organization should take in order to create a risk management plan: assess the nonprofit’s risks; mitigate those risks to the greatest extent practicable; and obtain insurance to help pay the costs in the event a loss occurs.