After weeks (if not months) of state “stay-at-home” and “shelter-in-place” orders, social distancing mandates and telework, there is a light at the end of the tunnel for nonprofits looking to get back to the business of helping others in their workplace. Although each organization needs to determine for itself when it is ready to revive in-person operations, nonprofits should consider how to do so in a manner that minimizes legal risk.
For most organizations, re-opening will not occur overnight and may involve gradual steps. In preparation, it is important for nonprofits to have a plan in place that addresses a wide range of topics and that is tailored to the workforce and workspace. Read the full article for an overview of some key areas for employment concern.