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Thank you for your interest in The 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey
Access the infographics and Interactive Data Portal below.
Interactive Data Portal
The portal includes a full overview of key takeaways with charts and graphs that will help you discover the information most relevant for your organization.View
The long-form infographic covers all areas of the survey and is ideal for online viewing. View it in your browser or save it to your computer.DOWNLOAD
The short-form infographic previews this year’s findings and is ideal for printing. View it in your browser or save it to your computer.DOWNLOAD Additional instructions for downloading infographic PDFs: First click download above. The infographic PDF will then appear in your browser. Click the arrow in the top right corner of your browser and then choose “save as” to save it locally to your computer. This process varies browser to browser. For the best experience, please use Google Chrome. See instructions for other browsers here.
About the Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey
The 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey is intended to provide a snapshot of current employment practices and discuss the economic trends and implications of employment practices in the nonprofit sector. This report, which has been produced annually by Nonprofit HR since 2007, includes responses from 420 nonprofits in the U.S. and Canada that serve as a representative sample of the makeup of the sector. In this year’s survey, as in years past, researchers collected information on nonprofit staffing, recruitment, and retention practices. The survey included a mix of multiple choice, rating scale, and short-answer questions to gain context on the current practices of nonprofit organizations and the employment trends they see in the nonprofit sector. The 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey was produced with support from GuideStar and The Improve Group.
About Nonprofit HR
Nonprofit HR is the nation’s leading human resources firm that works exclusively with the nonprofit sector. Since 2000, the firm has provided human resources consulting, executive search and talent acquisition services for organizations supporting advocacy, health and human services, arts and culture, education, the environment, the faith community and more. Nonprofit HR has offices in Washington D.C. and Chicago.