NYSRA Employment Council Meeting

November 15, 2017
10:30 AM EST to 2:30 PM EST
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NYSRA Office & GotoWebinar
240 Washington Avenue Extension, Suite 501
Albany, NY 12203

The next NYSRA Employment Council meeting will take place on Wednesday, November 15 from 10:30AM-2:30PM.

Members can register to attend in-person at the NEW NYSRA office at 240 Washington Avenue Extension, Suite 501, Albany, NY 12203 or remotely via GotoWebinar. Lunch will be provided to those that participate in-person.

Agenda and further details about this meeting coming soon!

To attend in-person, click the Register button above or below.

To attend remotely via GotoWebinar, click here.

Check out these other opportunities for NYSRA Members coming up on our November 2nd - A Day About Employment: 

11:00AM: Final Call with Doug Ruderman, NYS OMH - The third and final call for 2017will take place from 11:00AM-12:30PM on Thursday, November 2nd. If you haven't already done so, click here to register for this call.

If you registered for either of the two previous calls, you are already registered for this call and will receive a reminder email containing the information for joining the call 1-day before the meeting.

3:00PM: Dowling Law, PLLC Presents - WEBINAR: Employee or No? How the IRS Determines Employment Status of Individuals with Disabilities - Many organizations providing rehabilitative services have grappled with whether (and when) individuals should be classified as employees. The IRS has issued a number of determination letters that outline the factors they will consider when making a determination as to employment status. This presentation will help attendees with their own agency policies/strategies on this issue by: 

  • Discussing IRS private letter rulings and what they do - and don’t do; 
  • Identifying key factors that the IRS uses to assess employment status; 
  • Reviewing the categories or “classes” of workers that the IRS has outlined in guidance documents; 
  • Comparing IRS determinations with rules applied by other agencies; and 
  • Outlining some of the key benefits and challenges of classifying individuals as non-employees. 

We hope that you will join us as we discuss this very important issue affecting rehabilitation agencies across New York State! Click Here to Register