The Anti Entropy Resource Portal is a project to gather and build resources for the operations side of running an Effective Altruism organization.
How to Start a Nonprofit
Starting your nonprofit is an exciting milestone, but it is not always a smooth process. There are often various hoops to jump through and governmental requirements to manage. We’ve created some simple guides and checklists to help streamline the process for you and give you a solid starting point. While our resources are not exhaustive of every region or country, and you should do your diligence to ensure you are following your region’s laws and requirements, these resources will help you save time and point you in the right direction.
Independent Contractors have many benefits to the hiring organization and individual, but there are certain restrictions and specific ways to operate as an independent contractor. First, the contractor needs to ensure they are operating as an independent contractor; most countries are very specific in classifying these types of workers. Second, the organization employing the contractor needs to understand its legal requirements and remain compliant while mitigating risk to both parties.
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