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2/24/2010: How are Hospitals, Higher Ed, Foundations and Other Nonprofits Responding to Scrutiny of Executive Compensation by the IRS, Public and Media? Part II Strategies and Responses

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)

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Trustees, executives and advisors: Learn about the rules and best practices for this high profile/ high risk topic! Learn how other hospitals, colleges and universities, foundations and smaller nonprofits are responding to this scrutiny of executive compensation from donors, physicians, faculty, communities and employees. Listen to case studies and discussion of how to apply reasoning and analysis that will help to protect the organization, and its Trustees and managers, who are subject to personal penalties for compensation decisions. Gain a solid understanding of the IRS regulations on nonprofit executive compensation, the safe harbor and important compensation policy questions now publicly disclosed on the IRS Form 990. Hear how reasoned policies and approaches can help to assure compliance while fulfilling ongoing good governance responsibilities.

Part of the Wednesday Webinar series for nonprofit staff and board development. Offering strategy, planning, organizational development, branding, marketing, executive search, finance, fundraising, operations, and more.

Presenters:

Lindalee A. Lawrence is the founder and President of Lawrence Associates (www.lawrenceassociates.com). She assists healthcare, academic and not-for-profit clients with executive compensation design, CEO compensation, salary comparison, wage and salary administration, salary surveys, job evaluation, organization design, incentive programs and pay for performance. She assists board members, management and associations in responding to public disclosure of executive compensation. Ms. Lawrence and a client were recently interviewed by NPR, New York, regarding innovative compensation responses to the economic crisis. She has been quoted in Modern Healthcare, Inside Higher Ed News, Monster, Great Boards, Physician Compensation Report (HCPro), The Boston Globe, Business New Hampshire Magazine, Cambridge Chronicle, Patriot Ledger and other media regarding executive compensation and pay practices. Ms. Lawrence has over thirty years of experience working with employers in these areas. Prior to forming Lawrence Associates in 1989, Ms. Lawrence was Manager of the Healthcare, Government and Financial Services Industries Human Resource practice for KPMG Peat Marwick in Boston. She spent four years with William M. Mercer, Incorporated, responsible for consulting in the areas of group employee benefits, medical cost containment and plan design, and has worked with collectively bargained employers and Taft-Hartley plans. Ms. Lawrence is very familiar with HMOs and managed care, having drafted the original HMO regulations for the Massachusetts Division of Insurance under Jim Stone, now CEO of Plymouth Rock Assurance. She holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School and a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.  Ms. Lawrence is a WorldAtWork Certified Compensation Professional (CCP). Ms. Lawrence is a member of WorldAtWork, the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA), College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR), Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers (EACUBO) and works with regional chapters. She served on the national ASHHRA Committee on Variable Compensation. Ms. Lawrence is the author of the compensation chapter for the Health Care Administration Manual, winner of the 2007 ASHHRA Communications Award, published by Aspen Publishers.

Richard M. Lucash, Esq., is Special Counsel with the law firm of McCarter & English, LLP (www.mccarter.com). He is an attorney with extensive experience with Intermediate Sanctions and compensation issues. In addition to his legal experience, he was worked as a consultant advising hospitals, foundations, universities, colleges and private schools, other nonprofit and for-profit organizations, and technology and other entrepreneurial companies on executive compensation matters, including compensation levels, processes for complying with the IRS Intermediate Sanctions regulations, and transition issues. Mr. Lucash holds an AV® (highest) rating for attorneys from Martindale-Hubbell. He holds a J.D. from the Cornell University Law School, and an undergraduate degree in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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