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Take a Quick Survey Now on Retention Practices Within the Social Sector
For the third consecutive year, Nonprofit HR is conducting our Social Impact Talent Retention Practices Survey. We designed the concise survey to uncover and share prevailing social sector retention practices across North America. We are excited to invite you to take a critical survey to evaluate and benchmark your HR retention practices against other organizations. After another year of changes and growth in the sector, we anticipate the survey will reveal some eye-opening, exciting shifts in the top focus areas.
Social sector leaders, we want to hear from you! Survey participants are generally from various social sector organizations, including nonprofits, associations, social enterprises and other mission-driven organizations. Organization mission types include education, healthcare, arts, human services and social justice.
Nonprofit HR understands the importance of attracting, developing and retaining a talented and engaged workforce. After all, you determine your mission’s success by the quality of your employees — namely, their skills, knowledge, experience, motivation and engagement. Your insights matter immensely in shaping the landscape of mission-driven HR retention strategies.
Take the survey now — completing it takes less than 5 minutes.
Survey Completion Time: Less than five (5) minutes
New Deadline to Respond: Friday, September 22 at 11:59 p.m. ET
Survey results will help Nonprofit HR provide timely information and practical resources needed by social sector leaders.
This survey is now closed.
Thank you for your participation. Your responses will help shape future retention best practices and trends within the social impact sector!
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Confidentiality: Rest assured that Nonprofit HR, the country’s leading and oldest consulting firm focused exclusively on the talent management needs of social impact organizations, values your confidentiality. We ensure we won’t disclose your organization’s identity during the survey process. We will aggregate and share data results with survey participants and the sector to better inform talent management decisions.