A nonprofit cemetery maintained by a for-profit company whose current and former employees have made up the nonprofit’s board raises a significant conflict of interest question.
In Colorado, a bill mandating that the boards of nonprofit cemeteries include at least one member who owns a grave plot of some kind has passed the legislature.
Like many nonprofits, the faith-based Building Blocks faces increased demand and reduced donations, yet it has found a way to expand its services thanks to retail coupons.
A federal lawsuit alleges that a California nonprofit serving those with disabilities didn’t make proper accommodations for a deaf employee, leaving her feeling she had no choice but to resign.
Based on data from its 2012 nonprofit compensation report, GuideStar’s infographic on executive compensation reveals pay differences by region and by gender.
The American Psychological Association recently handed out its 2013 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards, and among the four winners this year was one nonprofit.