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following language: "A person who does not have authority to vote as a member of the governing body of the corporation, is not a director as that term is used in this division regardless of title." Both additions make it clear that the example above would not be in compliance with law. While the chief management staff officer (for example, President or Executive Director), without a vote, would not be a director, such individual would of course still have an important role with respect to the board. Thus, the bylaws may (and should) provide that, although the individual has no board vote and is not a director, he or she attends board meetings and facilitates board functions. There also may often be volunteers whose counsel and experience (and/ or fundraising abilities) will be helpful to the nonprofit but may not be on the board due to board size constraints. In such instances, the bylaws may be amended to provide that the Board may appoint "advisors" to the board who would be available to perform special assignments and, upon invitation, to attend particular board meetings and furnish consultation to the board. The language should also make it clear that the advisors are not board members and thus have no vote. California Employers Must Provide Paid Sick Leave in 2015 The Healthy Workplace Healthy Family Act of 2014, AB 1522 (the "Sick Leave Act"), provides that an employee who, on or after July 1, 2015, works in California for 30 or more days within a year from the beginning of employment, is entitled to paid sick days/leave. Accrual begins on the first day of employment or July 1, 2015, whichever is later. Employees covered by qualifying collective bargaining agreements, in-home supportive services providers, as defined, and certain employees of air carriers are not covered by the Sick Leave Act. While the Sick Leave Act takes effect January 1, 2015 (including posting and notice requirements), the right to Meet in the middle of Lake Tahoe. At the newly renovated Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel. A funny thing happens here: minds expand, people think broader and ideas appear out of nowhere. You could chalk it up to 10,000 square feet of meeting space, great audio visual, newly renovated two-room suites, free breakfasts, happy hours, first-rate service and epic catering skills, but perhaps it's our premium location that best sets the stage for successful meetings and amazing memories. Rates from $99/night. TahoeResortHotel.com 20 800 988 9895 Ca lSAE's T HE E XEC U T IV E - M A Y/ J U NE 2 0 1 5 722992_Lake.indd 1 25/11/14 2:45 PM accrue and take sick leave under the Sick Leave Act does not take effect until July 1, 2015. An employee qualifies for paid sick leave by working for an employer on or after January 1, 2015, for at least 30 days within a year in California and by satisfying a 90 day employment period before an employee can actually take any sick leave. Employees, including part-time and temporary employees, will earn at least one hour of paid leave for every 30 hours worked. An employer may limit the amount of paid sick leave an employee can use in one year to 24 hours or three days. Accrued paid sick leave may be carried over to the next year, but it may be capped at 48 hours or six days. For partial days, the employer may require the employee to take at least two hours of leave at a time. The employee may take paid leave for the employee or a family member (as defined) for diagnosis, care or treatment of an existing health condition or preventive care, or for specified purposes if the employee is a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. California associations and other nonprofits should now update their policies and procedures to reflect the requirements of the Sick Leave Act. Specific requirements, including a summary of facts, frequently asked questions and pdfs of the required poster to be displayed for employees and the notice of sick leave rights are available on the website of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement website: dir.ca.gov/dlse/resource.html. The Importance of Online Privacy Policies is Highlighted In our article last year regarding changes in California law, we recommended that California nonprofits revise their online privacy policies in response to amendments to the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (as amended, the "Privacy Act"), effective in 2014. Those amendments, among other things, require disclosure as to how the operator responds to Web browser "do not track" signals regarding the collection of personally identifiable information. The Privacy Act generally sets forth the requirements for website privacy policies of covered California nonprofits and other organizations and mandates that the operator http://www.TahoeResortHotel.com http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/resource.html http://www.TahoeResortHotel.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Executive - May/June 2015

Innovation 101: Tips for Creating a Brainstorming Session within your Association
Spring Cleaning Your LinkedIn and Online Profiles
8 Tips for Booking a Meeting in a Seller’s Market
Disruption: It’s So Hot Right Now
Changes in California Law 2015: How Should Your Association Respond?
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: Learning from Each Other By Jim Anderson, CAE
AT A GLANCE
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
DESTINATION Los Angeles
ADVANCING: Promoting Education within an Association
NEW MEMBERS
MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: Greg Golik, CAE
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS

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The Executive - May/June 2015 - (Page cover1)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - (Page cover2)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - (Page 3)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - (Page 4)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: Learning from Each Other By Jim Anderson, CAE (Page 5)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - AT A GLANCE (Page 6)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - CALENDAR OF EVENTS (Page 7)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Innovation 101: Tips for Creating a Brainstorming Session within your Association (Page 8)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Innovation 101: Tips for Creating a Brainstorming Session within your Association (Page 9)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Innovation 101: Tips for Creating a Brainstorming Session within your Association (Page 10)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Spring Cleaning Your LinkedIn and Online Profiles (Page 11)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Spring Cleaning Your LinkedIn and Online Profiles (Page 12)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - 8 Tips for Booking a Meeting in a Seller’s Market (Page 13)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - 8 Tips for Booking a Meeting in a Seller’s Market (Page 14)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - 8 Tips for Booking a Meeting in a Seller’s Market (Page 15)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Disruption: It’s So Hot Right Now (Page 16)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Disruption: It’s So Hot Right Now (Page 17)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Changes in California Law 2015: How Should Your Association Respond? (Page 18)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Changes in California Law 2015: How Should Your Association Respond? (Page 19)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Changes in California Law 2015: How Should Your Association Respond? (Page 20)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - Changes in California Law 2015: How Should Your Association Respond? (Page 21)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - DESTINATION Los Angeles (Page 22)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - ADVANCING: Promoting Education within an Association (Page 23)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - NEW MEMBERS (Page 24)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - NEW MEMBERS (Page 25)
The Executive - May/June 2015 - INDEX TO ADVERTISERS (Page 26)
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