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Virtual Lunch & Learn with CNM - Shared screen with speaker view
Olga Meyer
16:10
1. Emergency Stipend2. Paid Leave Requirement under HR62013. Paid Sick Requirements under HR62014. Emergency Time-Off Pool Distribution
Marta Membreno
16:33
4
Jessica Amaya
16:36
1
Edith De Santiago
16:37
no
Jacquie Henderson
16:38
1. Emergency Stipend
Heddy Nam
16:39
no can't see
Hyepin Im
16:40
Emergency funding resources for nonprofit
Madeline Stewart
16:43
Just seeing in the chat.
Kim Sinclair
16:44
2
Lupe Rivera
16:46
No pop available
Molly Ann Woods
16:46
E\\Paid Leave
Melanie Schmidt
16:50
4
Olga Meyer
16:54
1. Emergency Stipend2. Paid Leave Requirement under HR62013. Paid Sick Requirements under HR62014. Emergency Time-Off Pool Distribution
Rachel Tate
16:55
1 and 2
Yumiko Whitaker
16:58
1-4
Daniel Broin
17:10
1 & 2
Nicolassa Galvez
18:32
balancing their mental health with the necessary HD updates. making sure communication is understanding the stress of what's going on (with understandably the strain of our organization )
Sierra Smith
19:29
Do these regulations apply the same for both full time and part time employees?
Christi Wilkins
20:57
Can you talk about the Workshare Program through EDD?
Susan Freudenheim
21:04
Is there language around furlough that we should use?
Rachael Orose
25:21
If an employee cannot come to work because sick, and don’t have to take sick time, do we still need to pay them?
Rick Burke
25:27
If an employee is sick why cannot they not be required to use sick time?
Olga Meyer
25:34
Can you email this video to us after we are done?
Christine Newkirk
26:18
Can you explain the provisions for paid sick time for employees who did not have paid sick time before this crisis?
Diane Brigham
26:26
if I reduce work for some positions,,can the employee make up the hours by taking more paid sicktime or vacation ?
Rick Burke
29:52
But if someone is sick during this time don’t the need to use sick time?
Sierra Smith
29:55
Can you clarify what the sick time requirements are for cities versus counties, versus state. State has up to 24 hours and county has up to 72, but some cities have lower. Which do we follow?
Diane Brigham
31:20
I understood that during COVID-19, employees who believe they cannot work because they need to stay home to prevent getting the virus, they could take sick time. is this incorrect?
Christi Wilkins
31:37
Is there a “rule of thumb” about %/$ to keep in reserves - hold back instead of keeping employees fully-employed during these weeks/months?
Christi Wilkins
33:01
What is employer obligation to provide technology while working from home? E.g., internet?
Christine Lee
34:37
Is that a rule of thumb or the law?
Shawn Landres
34:41
Can he repeat those figures for cell and laptop?
Christine Lee
34:57
Asking for the equipment usage reimbursement
Christine Lee
35:08
$25/month for cell phones, $50/month for laptops
Shawn Landres
35:14
Is that defensible for IRS purposes or does it have to be treated as taxable income?
Madeline Stewart
35:23
Thank you, Clark!
Aaron Perry-Zucker, Center for Nonprofit Management
37:45
Please post your PR and Messaging questions for Scott here!
Ana Guigui
38:47
I am a music professor at a music conservatory which has a non-profit status . Faculty has devoted this spring break week to converting our curriculum for teaching music to online teaching. Our college has NOT addressed any guidelines around teaching online with video. We have been advised to ask permission to record our lessons and meetings. HOWEVER, nobody has addressed any protocol regarding Equity guidelines around our online teaching platform. I’m VERY concerned about issues coming up and think they should be addressed NOW, to help prevent potential equity issues. Any thoughts on this?
Larry Kaplan
39:50
Any advice for us consultants to nonprofits, whose clients have basically ratcheted back?
Brian Katz
41:31
Have to go - thank you for this information. Best to all of you and yours.
Natalia Hernandez
41:52
Should we postpone direct mail donor appeals?
Jonathan Weedman
42:37
What is the argument, the case to make to donors - who have lost so much personal wealth in the market - who are worried about their OWN financial security, in the midst of this nightmare to write a check to non-profits?
Rachael Orose
44:36
I’m struggling with the “don’t ask for money” angle….I am fully supportive of engaging folks, but it costs us money to engage them. How do you recommend we cover those costs?
Jonathan Weedman
46:45
I believe one argument or case to make, is that non-profits who are on the front line now; will be on the front line re-building our world after the pandemic subsides... so an investment in non-profits now - is an investment in the future... we're there for them now... and we'll be there for them in the recovery.
Melanie Schmidt
46:46
yet many funded (or thriving) organizations are doing well … what about fine tuning the approach for organizations or individuals that have wealth and may give to an umbrella organization before thinking to give directly to a nonprofit?
Christi Wilkins
48:29
What does “ART” stand for, again?
Larry Kaplan
48:35
A Chicago mayor once said, "During a cold snap, we all get cold, but the poor get colder." This is the underlying justification for asking for support during this crisis. Your nonprofit's clients -- often from disadvantaged or at-risk communities -- may be more vulnerable now, and your donors's support is even more critical, especially if your charity has had to cancel fundraising events. That said, I would probably not prospect for NEW donors, but focus on donors already in your fold.
Madeline Stewart
48:55
ART authentic, responsible, transparent
Rachael Orose
49:05
Larry Kaplan — I wholeheartedly agree.
Jonathan Weedman
50:08
What about timing? With the all that is going on - with the world's focus on this nightmare - how will a solicitation for support be received?
Kay Buck
51:27
I think it would be short-sighted to not continue to reach new donors. A year or two down the road, we'll wish we had continued new donor outreach efforts too.
Jonathan Weedman
52:29
And with people worried about their bills, putting food on the table - if you're a "non-essential" as some people call them - organization - like an arts organization, theatre, dance, music, etc. - how do you make the case?
Larry Kaplan
57:57
Kay, I am not saying stop prospecting for new donors. Just that we should take a short hiatus, perhaps a month, and focus on donors who have already demonstrated their commitment to our causes. Right now, people are freaking out, and until there is some kind of certainty as to the length of this crisis, we need to give them a bit of space. But only temporarily.
Jonathan Weedman
58:41
This has been extremely helpful... more, please! Thank you everyone.
Kay Buck
59:04
Thanks everyone!
Christi Wilkins
59:04
Thank you to everyone at CNM for this webinar. It was really helpful!
Carol Shupek
59:09
Thank you for invaluable info.
Kristina Rubio
59:17
Scott, great tips and helped get me brainstorming. Thank you so much!
Kim Sinclair
59:29
Thank you for great information…
Christine Lee
59:30
Thank you! I hope there can be a 1 page brief of what the speakers covered!
Melanie Schmidt
59:34
Thank you for your continued leadership!
Olga Meyer
59:38
Can we have the video emailed to us?
Madeline Stewart
59:38
Thank you!
Lupe Rivera
59:40
Thank you for the invaluable information.
Natalia Hernandez
59:43
Thank you.
Jenifer Harris
59:43
This was great! Thanks!
Sierra Smith
59:48
Thank you all for the terrific information!
Shawn Landres
59:49
Thank you!
Xilonin Cruz-Gonzalez
59:54
Thank you!
Jessica Amaya
59:56
Thank you all!!! This was very valuable
Susan Freudenheim
59:56
thank you so much!
Jonathan Weedman
59:58
So good to see so many friends!
Olga Meyer
59:58
Thank you
Yumiko Whitaker
01:00:00
Thank you!!
Daniel Broin
01:00:06
thank you very informative
patricia leyva
01:00:08
thank you for emailing us the recorded video