Thursday, March 17
Gray Plant Mooty Law Firm – 80 South 8th Street #500, Minneapolis 55402
(There is no fee to attend. Light breakfast provided. Click here for parking & rates.)
Click here to register.
About the Event:
- What is the necessary content to be included in job descriptions and contracts?
- How far does my religious identity reach? ie: statement of faith, nonprofit values, hiring guide, employee handbook, other areas
- What aspects of the religious identity need to be conveyed to the public?
- What limitations are there for faith-based nonprofits?
- How do you remain religious and approachable?
Moreover, this training will allow you to ask legal questions and explore options in a workshop setting. Come ready to take a step in the direction of “no more employee problems.”
We are excited to have Gray Plant Mooty Law Firm, the longest-standing law firm in Minneapolis, host this training. Offered by the firm’s esteemed attorneys, this training will offer a high caliber of insight for you in your organization. Light refreshments will be provided and there is no fee to attend. Click here for parking & rates. You don’t want to miss this one! Invite and register today!
Meghann Kantke, J.D. is an Associate at Gray Plant Mooty. Meghann has a passion for finding practical solutions to her clients’ most difficult challenges with special emphasis on Employment and Labor Law. She works with employers on their employee contracts, employee handbooks, wellness program initiatives, management training, social media policies, personnel policies, terminations, and severance agreements.
Sam Diehl, J.D. is a Principal at Gray Plant Mooty, working with clients ranging from small employers to international corporations. He represents employers in all areas of labor and employment law and litigation, including employment issues in corporate transactions and policies and employee training. In addition to his employment work, Sam litigates and advises clients on government relations, regulatory, and constitutional and civil rights matters.
Ministry Equip is 1 of 5 initiatives Transform Minnesota emphasizes. We recognize the significance of faith-based nonprofits and the value they have in their areas of service. Ministry Equip provides free training in administrative areas to nonprofit leaders, to expand the capacity of their ministry. A synopsis of the last two training sessions can be found here: