May 13, 2016 | 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Check-In & Networking at 8:00, Presentation at 8:30
Skype Live Studio | 1211 SW 5th Ave #600 | Portland, OR 97204
Can't make it in person? Attend Remotely via Livestream! Learn More
Either option (in-person or via livestream) is FREE for NAO Members, $20 Nonmembers
Eric Cook, Associate Director of HR Services, HR Consultant, Mammoth HR
Glen Gilbert, Executive Director, Tucker Maxon School
Kathryn Kammer, Employment & Education Law Attorney, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP
Jim White, Executive Director, Nonprofit Association of Oregon
Oregon has been bustling with newly passed and proposed regulations and legislation that affects your employees, your human resource practices, and your business model. This is your opportunity to hear from legal and HR experts about the changing regulatory landscape that nonprofit organizations must navigate to remain compliant. We will discuss what has already changed in 2016, what is about to change, and what emerging legislative changes you should be following.
Participants will learn:
- How the new minimum wage increase will impact nonprofits statewide and tips for sustainability
- Proposed changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), what timeline to expect those changes, and how it will impact your organization.
- About the new whistleblower policy legislation, why it is important, and what should be included in a whistleblower policy.
- Answers to specific questions about new or pending regulation affecting nonprofit organizations. Submit your questions in advance via this link.
Take advantage of this this opportunity to get a convenient and timely update about these important issues. If the discussion helps you avoid even a single employment law misstep, your investment of time will be repaid many times over.
Can't Make it in Person? Attend Remotely via Livestream!
This presentation will be livestreamed across the state, so you can access it from anywhere with an internet connection. To sign up for the livestream of this event, click REGISTER NOW and select the "Attend Remotely via Livestream" option. For questions, contact our Training Coordinator, Ali Benson, at 503-239-4001 ext. 123.
Submit Your Burning Questions to the Presenters
CLICK HERE to submit your burning questions to the presenters. Please be as clear and specific as you can, and please submit your question at least one week prior to the event if possible.
About the Presenters
Eric Cook is an HR Consultant and the Associate Director of HR Services at Mammoth. Eric has extensive experience presenting, teaching and implementing great HR practices. He was honored as a Runner-Up Award winner in the first ever Portland Business Journal HR Leadership Awards. During his career, he has held several senior HR positions, including the HR & Operations Manager for an award-winning interactive marketing agency and as HR Director for a prestigious law firm. Additionally, Eric brings valuable experience from his work with publicly traded companies, professional services firms, government agencies, and non-profits.
Glen Gilbert has been a nonprofit executive, consultant and leader for nearly 20 years. He became Executive Director of Tucker-Maxon School on June 2, 2014. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1989, Glen was an attorney, a human rights consultant to the Tibetan government-in-exile in India, an Assistant Professor of Law in Prague, and Legislative Counsel to the Pacific Island nation of Palau in Micronesia.
Jim White currently serves as the Executive Director of the Nonprofit Association of Oregon. He began this assignment in October of 2012. Jim is deeply committed to social change and has worked in the nonprofit sector both domestically and internationally for more than 20 years. He has a passion for affecting systemic change in the way that the public, private and nonprofit sectors work together to support and strengthen civil society. He is specifically skilled on working to build alliances and partnerships with mission and results driven outcomes in mind.
Kathryn Kammer is an attorney specializing in employment and education law. Katie focuses her practice on advice and support in these two areas. Katie represents both public and private employers with claims before Oregon’s Bureau of Labor and Industries and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She also regularly advises employers on personnel issues such as family and medical leave and disability accommodation, works with employers to ensure compliance with employment laws and revise their employee handbooks, and conducts trainings on various employment law issues.
1211 SW 5th Ave #600
Portland, OR 97204
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|I will attend REMOTELY via livestream online||$ 20.00|