Knowledge & Insights
How nonprofit professionals stay ahead of the curve when it comes to talent and culture.
Nonprofit HR is widely recognized as a leader in gathering data and developing talent management resources for nonprofit leaders and human resources professionals. From culture management to harassment prevention to diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, we provide the guidance your organization needs to best support your people.
Download a brand new report which includes never before compiled data about diversity practices of social impact organizations across North America. Included in the report you will learn about organizations that have:
- a formal diversity statement and strategy
- tips for strengthening your organization’s diversity statement
- what organizations report as their greatest diversity challenges
- diversity training tips
- diversity metrics
- and much more, including demographic data
Tap into our latest insights and knowledge-building opportunities here.
Research & Data
Get the latest data on job growth, hiring and employment in the nonprofit sector, as well as HR benchmarks, from our original research and reports.
Read our latest thinking on the issues that matter most in nonprofit talent and culture. Visit our insight library.
Learn critical, nonprofit-focused human resources skills and talent and culture strategies from our team of experts.
You may have learned by now that there’s a new paid leave tax in town. That’s right! Specific to Washington, D.C. based organizations, and those with employees working in the District of Columbia, the new tax went into effect July 1, 2019 and all employers are now required to comply with this new regulation.
The new tax, DCPFML or DC Paid Family Leave (FML) tax covers the payments to individuals whose leave is approved under the new DC Paid Family Leave law. Payments to individuals, referred to as “Benefits” will begin in July of 2020. Sign up for this webinar and hear updates to this new law since July 2019.
We’ll talk about these five key focus areas:
- Aspects of the new tax
- Challenges for employers
- Key time monitoring measures
- Updating employee resources, including policies and handbooks
- Additional updates and impacts from DC DOES
Sign up now and get answers to your questions!
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What Lisa Brings to the discussion:
Lisa offers clients more than 25 years of experience in global benefits, compensation and HRIS, with unique expertise in global compensation strategy, program design and operations. Known to bring a strong service orientation to every project she touches, Lisa a critical thinker who thoughtfully develops programs that are differentiating for clients and their employees, alike. Lisa’s toolbox is well-equipped, bringing clients stellar services on program design, systems implementation, vendor selection and management, HR policy development, as well as written and verbal communication and staff management. See Lisa’s full bio.
Featured Insight: Habits of Highly Effective Nonprofit Leaders
What sets the effective nonprofit leaders apart from the rest? We have the answers.
We connected with high-performing nonprofit leaders from organizations like the National 4-H Council and the YWCA and asked them what makes them tick. Each leader had unique insights into key habits that help them lead effectively, which we synergized into four key themes.
The most effective leaders:
- Place a high value on education
- Empower others
- Embrace Change
- Leverage their networks
These are habits you can cultivate in yourself and in your most promising nonprofit employees.