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Nonprofit HR was retained by Commonwealth, an organization that strengthens the financial opportunity and security of financially vulnerable people by discovering ideas, piloting solutions and driving innovations to scale for the search an entrepreneurial, results-oriented Senior Innovation Manager. Learn more about Commonwealth. Visit them online.  Commonwealth discovers new financial challenges and explores new innovative solutions. We take the most promising of these new solutions and design real world pilots to see if they work. We then collaborate with consumers, the financial services industry, employers, policy makers, and mission-driven organizations to bring these proven solutions to scale and improve the financial security […]

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Do you dread the “pay discussion” during interviews with amazing candidates, or fear the day that your high-performers will request an increase that your budget cannot sustain? If you feel as if your organization cannot compete for talent with your current pay program, and that there is little you can do to change that, you’re not alone! The good news is that there are plenty of tools at your disposal which can help you position your mission and culture to the right talent and with compensation that they can be proud of. Watch this free webinar and discover new ways […]

The post Webinar Recording: Compensation Practices that Attract, Engage and Retain the Right Talent for Your Nonprofit appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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  Do you feel as if you are missing out on great talent because your organization will slow down your recruitment for the next few weeks? According to a recent Monster.com article, if a job is open and companies are looking to hire soon, there is no slow period. “With the current 4% unemployment rate, organizations have to react quickly.” This means that your job openings could stay open much longer than you anticipate. Instead of waiting until January, which is typically a busy time of the year for most organizations, capitalize on these final weeks of the year and keep your […]

The post Four Quick Tips for End of Year Recruiting – Reassess Your Strategy appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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by Megan Eimerman-Wallace, PHR Right now, your staff is probably planning potlucks, holiday appreciation gatherings for stakeholders, or even coordinating gift exchanges and office closings. In the midst of it all could be an employee who is in trouble. While the jury is still out on the “holiday blues” and how deeply this phenomenon runs, higher levels of stress this time of year, especially regarding financial matters, are not atypical in the workforce. As a leader of your organization, you have a unique opportunity to open a new dialog and perhaps address employees who may be on the brink of […]

The post Holiday Blues – Reintroducing Your Employee Assistance Program appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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The pressing need for corporate brands to develop socially responsible business practices means that for-profit recruiters may now be swimming in your favorite candidate pools. Attracting today’s socially conscious job candidates has inspired many for-profit brands to promote their mission and social responsibility objectives during the hiring process. The growing Millennial workforce, which consistently ranks pay and culture as key career drivers, has contributed greatly to this shifting approach in talent acquisition. In fact, a2018 Deloitte Millennial Surveycited pay (63%), culture (52%), and flexibility (50%) as top priorities when considering a new employer. With greater focus being placed on company […]

The post Nonprofit Missions, For-Profit Social Impact – How Does Your Recruitment Program Measure Up? appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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by Myra T. Mathis If you google leadership turnover in nonprofits, chances are you will find several resources, surveys and reports to make a compelling case for why CEO departures are higher than they have been in almost a decade. A recent report however may shift your thinking on why CEOs of nonprofits is not only critical during these challenging economic times, but turnover at the C-Suite level is inevitable if an organization is to survive. The CEO position is also the most important transition an organization will face. That said, identifying other executive positions that will be affected is […]

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Get to know Executive Director Bound, Valarie Navy-Daniels! Valerie has more than 20 years of experience as a philanthropy professional. She has a proven track record of fundraising and communications success and has consistently exceeded revenue goals by persuasively articulating and demonstrating compelling cases for philanthropic support from corporations, foundations, individuals and other constituencies. 1. What or who inspired you to pursue your profession? Navy-Daniels: My passion to support organizations that improve people’s lives inspired my desire to pursue work in philanthropy. In fact I’ve enjoyed a life-long love of leadership, sales and persuasion. Beginning as a top-selling Girl Scout cookie troop member and as a […]

The post Executive Candidate Profile – Valerie Navy Daniels appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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Nonprofit HR is featuring experts and influencers who are making incredible impacts in the social sector. Meet Pia Wilson-Body, President for the Intel Foundation.  Before joining Intel foundation in 2015, Pia served as Director of Global Diversity External Relations and increased Intel’s thought leadership by formulating a first-in- class Diversity in Technology awareness campaign encompassing traditional and social media, editorial content, earned speaking events and several awards for the company. Also, Pia led the design and deployment of Intel’s Veteran’s initiative as part of the White House “Joining Forces” initiative led by former First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden. 1. […]

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by Patty Hampton, CSP By the time you read this, many of you would have already moved passed the excitement from the 2018 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition. However, for many of us being entrepreneurial, creative and strategic leaders are a part of our DNA. For me, I also tend to hang on to unforgettable moments that leave me inspired to act or try new challenges or ideas. As leaders of organizations, perhaps you not only live these competencies daily, but for whatever reason, like me, you can’t seem to get enough of how critical it is to be continuous […]

The post Patty’s ASAE Takeaways from the 2018 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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If your nonprofit is located in New York, you should be aware of a change in the laws with respect to sexual harassment prevention. New York State Law Effective October 1, 2018, New York State Human Rights law requires all employers to ensure a written policy on sexual harassment prevention. The policy must follow the model policy or meet or exceed the minimum standards outlined.  It must include a standard complaint form and a procedure for investigating complaints. In addition to protections for employees, the policy must include protections for contractors, subcontractors, vendors and consultants.  The law also limits the use […]

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