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Just Released: The 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey

From this year’s Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey, we learned that nonprofits are continuing to hire more aggressively than for-profits, but the gap is narrowing. Yet nonprofits are not improving their talent and culture practices in order to keep up with the competition and advance their missions.

Access the 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey and explore:

  • An Interactive Data Portal with graphs and charts that will help you discover the takeaways most relevant for your organization
  • Short and long-form infographics that highlight key findings
  • Insights you won’t find anywhere else on the current state of nonprofit recruitment, retention, turnover, and talent management

Arm yourself with the latest data on nonprofit employment and help your organization advance its mission in 2017 and beyond.

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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.

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.

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