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2018 Maryland Nonprofits Salary Survey Cover

It's here! The 2018 Salary and Benefits Survey: A Study on Compensation and Benefits in Maryland’s Nonprofits, is now available exclusively to Maryland Nonprofits members! 

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All employers should expect their employees to meet established standards of attendance, performance, and conduct.

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It is a good idea to have a formal orientation program so that all newly hired employees get the same treatment and information. This orientation period will probably last several weeks. You will want to be both welcoming to your new employee, and attentive to legal requirements.

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Maryland Nonprofits expanding learning resources for National Association of Social Workers - Maryland (NASW-MD) members.

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The IRS will make its own assessment of whether a person is an employee or independent contractor of an organization based on the level of control the employer has over that hired person's conduct and work. It is important for the organization to evaluate carefully before deciding how to treat the hired person.

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The IRS has developed a list of factors that indicate whether a worker is an employee.

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An annual audit is an examination of an organization’s financial systems and transactions at the end of a year by an independent, certified, professional auditor. The audit assesses whether or not financial statements have been prepared in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) or Other Comprehensive Basis of Accounting commonly referred to as OCBOA.

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Board members are responsible for understanding the financial condition of their organization in order to fulfill their fiduciary obligations.

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Nonprofits enjoy the public’s trust, and therefore must comply with a diverse array of legal and regulatory requirements. Organizations should conduct periodic reviews to address regulatory and fiduciary concerns.

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Nonprofit advocates achieved major successes in the recently ended 2018 General Assembly Session.

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