What attracted you to Nonprofit HR?
The opportunity to learn from and work alongside so many HR professionals. The company culture also seemed so genuine, which is hard to come by.
What’s your favorite aspect of talent management?
Talent retention. It is tied to so many aspects of HR like onboarding, compensation, benefits, professional development opportunities, etc. It is exciting to be able to contribute to an employee’s experience and to create ways to recognize/reward high performers, as well as provide resources to those who need guidance.
What’s the coolest thing you’re working on right now and why?
Learning new systems for each of my clients. I appreciate HR technology and the impact of operational efficiency.
“It is exciting to be able to contribute to an employee’s experience and to create ways to recognize/reward high performers, as well as provide resources to those who need guidance.”
How do you see HR changing in the next five to ten years?
There has already been a huge shift towards diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace due to various social justice movements that have arisen during the pandemic. I can see DEI becoming even more of a focus for companies everywhere in the next 5-10 years.
What’s a fun fact about you?
I’ve always loved being active and playing sports. I started with swimming lessons as a kid and played volleyball, basketball and softball throughout my middle and high school years. I still play beach and grass volleyball now and absolutely love the community here in the DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia).
Christine Kim is an Associate Consultant for the firm’s Outsourcing practice area. She provides full lifecycle HR support to multiple clients in the day-to-day application of specified HR processes, policies, procedures and documentation. Before joining Nonprofit HR, she learned how to lead as an HR professional in nonprofit, corporate and start-up environments. Read Christine’s full bio.