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Now open: 2018 Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit Call for Speakers

We’re calling on you to make an impact on the nation’s leading social sector organizations by presenting at the 2018 Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit, a transformational three-day event where forward-thinking nonprofit, foundation and association leaders will exchange fresh ideas and collaborate on new ways to advance their missions through talent. An event unlike any other in the nation, the Summit will be held April 18-20, 2018 at the Marriott Metro Center in Washington, D.C.

We are actively seeking dynamic, engaging thought leaders to share their experiences and expertise with our audience. We hope you’ll consider sharing your unique perspectives on nonprofit talent and culture with our audience in 2018 and look forward to hearing from you!

Coming soon: the 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey.

For the last 10 years, Nonprofit HR has been the leading provider of employment practices data in the nonprofit sector. With help from hundreds of nonprofits across the country, each year we uncover:

  • How nonprofit hiring compares to for-profit hiring
  • What roles are in highest demand at nonprofit organizations
  • How nonprofits are faring in regards to recruitment, retention and diversity
  • How the nonprofit sector could benefit from stronger talent and culture strategies

The 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey will be released in August. Stay tuned for the results.

New at Nonprofit HR

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  • It’s Time for Nonprofit CEOs to Lead Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

    I was shocked and pleasantly surprised when 150 corporate CEOs established the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion earlier in June. Despite unprecedented levels of pressure from shareholders and activists for higher stock returns, greater competition from unexpected sources and other pressures, they stepped forward to publicly support diversity and...
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    Common HR Outsourcing Myths Debunked

    According to our 2017 Nonprofit Employment practices survey, half of nonprofit organizations expect to create new positions this year. However, despite this expected growth, less than 1% of nonprofit funding goes toward supporting talent. This is a problem. Could outsourcing your human resources function to an expert firm be...

Recorded Webinar: Hands Off? The Board's Role in Human Resource Management

What role should your board play when it comes to managing your organization’s talent? Purchase a webinar led by Lisa Brown Alexander and Sidney Abrams of Nonprofit HR to learn the appropriate role your nonprofit board should play in human resource management.

With the right partnership between your board and your staff, your organization’s team will be strengthened so you can further your mission.

Our Latest Research: The 2017 Nonprofit Talent Management Priorities Survey

What is the nonprofit sector most concerned about when it comes to talent management? That’s the question we endeavored to answer in our inaugural Nonprofit Talent Management Priorities Survey. The results shape how we and others who serve the nonprofit sector respond to its unique needs. They should also shape the way your organization directs its efforts around talent and culture in the year ahead.

Just Announced:

PICO National Network Exclusively Retains Nonprofit HR to Fill Four Direct Hire Positions

PICO National Network has partnered with Nonprofit HR to retain four new direct hires: Communications Manager, Director of Human Resources, South & South West Data Manager and Integrated Voter Engagement Manager. Nonprofit HR is actively seeking highly motivated individuals interested in working with the PICO National Network team to drive change through innovative public policies.

PICO National Network is the largest grassroots faith-based community organizing network in the United States. For 40 years, PICO has brought people of faith together to advance racial and economic justice. Through a network of 45 faith-based organizations and 1,200 religious congregations, PICO provides an opportunity for thousands of volunteer leaders to stand up and be heard on the public and corporate decisions that most directly shape their lives.

Communications Manager (Washington, D.C.)

View job opportunity here.

Director of Human Resources (D.C., San Diego, Tampa)

View job opportunity here.

South & South West Data Manager (Dallas, Orlando, Tampa, Denver, D.C.)

View job opportunity here.

Integrated Voter Engagement Manager (Washington, D.C.)

View job opportunity here.

Interested in working with PICO? Contact Yvonne Rivera to discuss these opportunities and apply.

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