The Changing Nonprofit Workplace
In a tight labor market, charities are struggling to attract and hold on to employees — to the point where some have had to cut services. But organizations are getting creative to compete for workers. A growing number of groups are going all-remote. Another force shaping the employment landscape: younger employees’ approach to work, which can differ from that of their older colleagues.
The Changing Nonprofit WorkplaceStaff shortages and resignations are hampering nonprofits’ ability to do their work. Here’s how they are coping — and trying to remedy the situation.
The Changing Nonprofit WorkplaceGood pay, work-life balance, professional growth, and equitable workplaces are priorities. In a hiring crisis, nonprofits would be smart to pay attention.
The Changing Nonprofit WorkplaceDuring the pandemic, remote work became the norm for many nonprofits. Now some are giving up their offices entirely.
Large Numbers of Nonprofit Leaders Are Stepping Down — and the Competition to Find New Ones Is ‘Fierce’The churn has pushed salaries for nonprofit leaders up as much as 30 percent over the last two years.