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NAECP Implements Membership Dues

The NAECP always has been, is and forever will be a 501 c 6 non-profit organization created and maintained for the sole benefit of those in the profession of Employee Concerns. We believe we are the only organization that specifically services the unique and specialized community of Employee Concerns Professionals. But we are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain the quality of service to our membership and not look for a routine source of nominal income to cover basic operating expenses. We increasingly find that conference registration covers only the conference costs, with little in between. Because of these above circumstances, and after much discussion, the BOD has decided to go forward with a nominal membership fee.  We wish to maintain as high a level of service and products to our membership as possible. Taking this step will help us to achieve our vision, mission and goals. More information will be made available as we develop the final phases of this transition. 


What Do I Get with My Membership?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

Membership Oversight and Development

To provide greater emphasis on the development and oversight of membership benefits, the BOD will establish a Membership Advisory Council (MAC), who will assist in the development and implementation of programs and strategies to support all aspects of the membership life cycle. This will include addressing members concerns about this change to a dues paying membership, keeping current with member needs, explore opportunities for growth, manage the renewal process, and other general membership projects. As well as, work with the Executive and Finance Committees to ensure that we are appropriately allocating membership funds within the organization.

 

  

    

  

Membership Dues Rules and Standards

Development Note: A final listing of rules and standards will be generated after we have proceed your feedback, accounting regulations, and have setup the website/database logistics.

  • All members must remain current with annual membership fees and/or the required contact information.
  • Your membership year begins on the day you pay your original membership dues.
  • NAECP will follow an anniversary renewal date that will be defined by the date of your original membership.
  • A grace period will be no more than 45 days with your account being locked 60 days after your renewal date if unpaid.
  • Not completing this process will result in suspension of membership until all information in your record is deemed current and/or you have paid you membership fee.
  • Application for Membership in the NAECP constitutes consent for the NAECP to contact you via email or mail. It also implies consent for the NAECP to make available your name, address image and other business contact information, to other NAECP members, via on-line or printed directory. AS well as, your information being accessible by administrative support for the purpose of processing registrations and product purchases.

NAECP is 501(c) 6 Classification
TAX I.D. # 03-0487911

Contributions, registration, and membership fees are tax deductible.


Site Guests

All members must remain current with annual membership fees and/or the required contact information. The membership year begins on the day you pay your original membership dues and you are billed annually based according to that start date. Site Guest memberships will require you to update contact and survey information during the renewal process to proceed with a paid membership. Not completing this process will result in suspension of website access until all information in your record is deemed current or you have logged in to verify accuracy.


Brief Explanation of Spending - Click to View NAECP Financial Info

The majority of NAECP’s expenses are associated with the operation, development and production of the bi-annual forum events. The NAECP does not directly employ any staff to carry out and execute the many initiatives and services members receive. Rather, the NAECP has a contract with a non-profit coordinator to act as an event planner, webmaster, database manager, membership coordinator and to assist with general NAECP business throughout the year. In addition, the organization contracts with an outside accountant to maintain financial records as required by the Internal Revenue Code.

Other miscellaneous fees incurred by the organization include a domain fee and registration database. 

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