Nonprofit HR Coronavirus Digital Information Portal
Information, Resources, and Evolving News for Social Impact Organization Strategies and Planning
COVID-19 News Update!
New CDC Guidance for Employers Reflects Evolving Knowledge of Coronavirus
Nonprofit HR Resource: Ensure Your Organization is Recession-ready
Access these Department of Labor resources about COVID-19 and the FLSA
COVID-19 and Workforce Reduction Guidance
Date: Monday, April 13, 2020
Time: 12 pm, EST – 1:15 PM, EST
Speaker and event
details to come.
RECENT COVID-19 VIRTUAL TOWN HALL RECORDINGS – LISTEN NOW!
Date Recorded: Monday, April 6
What does a viable workforce plan look like as the need arise for contracting and expanding staff? Register for this Virtual Town Hall and explore mission sustainability through workforce planning and hear best practices for navigating uncharted waters.
Hear how your organization can still prepare for an uncertain future, in the midst of the external environment changing daily and weekly!
Recorded: Monday, March 30
Presenter: Lisa Brown Alexander
For most businesses, including nonprofits, COVID-19 has changed everything! Still, your mission remains. Now more than ever, missions will need to rely on their people to maintain their impact during this unprecedented crisis. How you treat them and how you lead during this unpredictable process will reshape your culture. Your employees are watching so get intentional about what and how you communicate through your policies, procedures, and priorities.
Hear how to re-engage leadership in upholding your organization’s shared values.
Download a new COVID-19 Toolkit!
Resources included in the Toolkit
- Reintroducing Your Employee Assistance Program
- 10 Pointers to Update Your Crisis Management Plan
- Building A Successful Virtual Team For Your Social Impact Organization
- and many other resources!
New Study Alert! Service Nonprofits Indicate Readiness to Meeting Needs of Communities they Serve
Nonprofit HR has announced new trends data for its latest survey of social impact organizations across America to help gauge where they stand regarding their response plans to the coronavirus pandemic. Questions on the pulse survey, of which 165 organizations answered, focused on business continuity planning, virtual workforce readiness and employee communication during this crisis.
“As the provider for food for hundreds of thousands of people with low-income every month we are determined to find ways to keep up with our major delivery services even as we have had to temporarily stop some of our volunteer programs…” – Anonymous survey respondent.
Nonprofit HR is maintaining coverage of this issue and will continue to report out.
New!! Complete the form and download the one-pagers now!
Need Department of Labor Families First Coronavirus Response Act resources in Spanish?
Here are two resources:
Access more Coronavirus-resources below!
Nonprofit HR has received many questions from social impact organizations and has decided to share our responses with the public. Visit this page daily to see new questions and answers your peers are asking.
Question: What benefits can be offered to an employee who cannot work or telework because they have to care for a child at home due to lack of school or childcare during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Nonprofit HR’s Response: The recently enacted Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) provides an expansion to the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.