Employers today face potential liability from a number of fronts. For example, employers can be held liable for improperly hiring, firing, demoting or transferring employees. They can face sanctions for failing to comply with legislated minimums, such as wages, vacation time, and medical, disability and parental leaves. Employers may also be held responsible for the actions of their employees, such as in cases of harassment. These issues may be even more complex for employers within First Nations organizations and communities, who face their own unique challenges and circumstances, such as conflicts of interest, biennial elections, and in many cases, limited resources.