What matters most in nonprofit employment in 2016?
In 2016, Nonprofit HR found that nonprofit hiring is accelerating while corporate hiring remains stagnant. However, most nonprofits lack the recruitment, engagement and retention strategies they need to attract and sustain top talent. To learn more, download the 2016 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey Report.
Download and Discover:
- How nonprofit sector hiring compares to corporate hiring surveygraphic
- What types of roles are in highest demand at nonprofit organizations
- What nonprofits are struggling with when it comes to recruitment, retention and diversity
- How the nonprofit sector could benefit from stronger talent and culture strategies
- … and much more
With scarce statistical information available on nonprofit human resources practices and trends, the collection of staffing, recruitment and retention data is an important step in identifying issues, concerns and opportunities for nonprofit organizations, funders, researchers, capacity builders and others to systematically address the current and emerging human resources needs of the sector.
The 2016 Nonprofit Employment Practices was conducted in partnership with GuideStar.
Fill out the form to access the results.
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