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Getting Your Church Employment Questions Answered

Attorney and CPA Frank Sommerville addresses some of the most challenging and confusing issues churches face as employers.

Churches today face an unprecedented number of employment-related issues, thanks to evolving state and federal laws and court decisions. Church leaders understandably wrestle with numerous questions as result, whether about the ministerial exception, discrimination laws, FLSA—and more.

Attorney and CPA Frank Sommerville, a Church Law & Tax Senior Editorial Advisor, recently published an article series covering ministerial exception, job descriptions, employee handbooks, and internships for ChurchLawAndTax.com. Now, in this one-hour webinar for Church Law & Tax, Sommerville provides his more than 30 years of legal and accounting expertise just for Advantage Members and their employment-related questions.

This exclusive webinar will help you and your pastors, executive pastors, HR directors, business administrators, and board members address any uncertainties, concerns, and ambiguities ...

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  • August 25, 2021

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