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State to amend Surplus Revenue Retention, UFR regulations

The 20 percent lifetime cap on Surplus Revenue Retention will be eliminated. Additionally, the 5 percent annual cap on Surplus Revenue Retention will be changed to a 20 percent cap per year.

Training focuses on identifying, building career path

In a hectic workplace, it can be hard to look toward the future. This workshop provides ideas and tools to help make your job your career.

Free DOL webinar for nonprofits June 7 addresses OT regs

The 90-minute session is designed to help nonprofits understand their responsibilities with regard to OT.

Senate budget won’t include CIES language, loan repay pilot

The Council will seek to have CIES language included in Conference budget bill.

Senate begins budget debate on Tuesday, May 24

The Senate began its budget debate on Tuesday, May 24.

DOL raises threshold for OT exemptions

The rule, which includes nonprofits, means more people are eligible to earn overtime starting Dec. 1, 2016.

Council pursuing amendments to Senate Ways & Means budget

Human services line items in the Senate Ways & Means budget plan are generally in line with House and Governor, but the Council wants CIES funding secured.

Senate to release FY ‘17 budget proposal on Tuesday, May 17

The state Senate will release its FY '17 budget proposal on Tuesday, May 17.

Tuition Remission renewal for 2016-17 school year underway

Please submit your Tuition Remission paperwork for processing to be ready for summer and fall classes.

Deadline Extended! Submit a proposal for a convention workshop by May 13!

Do you have a workshop or presentation that would benefit executives, direct care staff, financial managers, HR directors, program managers, board members or others in the human service provider sector?

House approves $39.51b budget proposal for FY ‘17

The state House of Representatives on Wednesday, April 27 unanimously approved a $39.51 billion budget proposal for the next fiscal year, beginning July 1, 2017.

CIES language, but not loan repayment, in House budget

Despite securing more than 50 co-sponsors and legislators receiving more than 900 letters of support over the past two weeks, Amendment #914 - the pilot loan repayment program for direct care human services workers filed by Rep. Jeffrey Roy - was not included in consolidated amendment (G) Tuesday night as the state House of Representatives continued to work through its FY '17 budget proposal.

More than 50 reps. co-sponsor loan repayment amendment!

The state budget debate begins on Monday, April 25, and more than 50 representatives have co-sponsored Rep. Jeffrey Roy's amendment #914.

Reps. co-sponsor human services House budget amendments

A number of representatives have co-sponsored two budget amendments filed by legislators on behalf of the Providers' Council and our members.

Applications for graduate-level certificate programs available!

The Providers' Council is now accepting applications for its popular Certificate in Nonprofit Human Service Management Program, which will start in the fall.

Council launches sixth What A Great Idea! contest

The Providers' Council's What A Great Idea! Contest, now in its sixth year, is an initiative to support the growth of innovation and social enterprise in the human services sector in Massachusetts.

House Ways & Means releases FY ‘17 budget plan

House Ways & Means budget proposal focuses on increasing local aid while level-funding most EOHHS programs.

Caring Force Rally speakers deliver powerful message

All four human service workers say they are passionate about their work, but burdened by student debt.

Caring Force honors champions at Fifth Annual State House Rally

Sen. Flanagan, Rep. Roy and Rep. Fox were recognized for their ongoing support of human services.

Walker, Osborne see potential for collaboration to fill jobs

Rising need for human service employees could help shape job-training programs.

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