Nonprofit HR Research & Data
For over ten years, Nonprofit HR has been a leader in nonprofit employment, talent and culture research.
As the need for more social sector-specific data evolves and accelerates, we support nonprofit leaders like you with access to actionable, real-time information to drive your organization’s talent agenda forward.
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
Access More Knowledge Resources on the Talent Management Practices of Social-Impact Organizations!
For the last decade, our landmark annual Nonprofit Employment Practices survey filled a space for much needed nonprofit employment data. In 2017, we decided to return the survey and direct our attention to more timely, focused surveys throughout the year.
We conduct up-to-the-minute research on talent priorities, HR benchmarks for nonprofits, the future of diversity, equity and inclusion in the social sector and more.
Nonprofit HR needs to hear from you. We’re collecting data on talent management priorities for 2020 and you are invited to share what your organization will be focusing on next year. This annual survey showcases what nonprofit organizations will prioritize regarding their people and what the implications are for the sector more broadly when it comes to attracting, developing and retaining staff. Hundreds of organizations have contributed to this survey in the past. The survey opens December 11, 2019 and closes January 3, 2020. The results will be shared in February 2020.
Approximate completion time: Less than ten (10) minutes.
Download a new webinar recording and learn the retention practices of nonprofits across North America.
What can your organization do to keep your employees engaged? The first step is to understand where you stand when it comes to retention. Evaluating where you are and benchmarking your retention practices against those of other nonprofits is a great place to begin. At Nonprofit HR, we know that there continues to be limited data available on nonprofit talent management practices and as a result, we remain committed to help close this gap.
What is the nonprofit sector most concerned about in regards to talent management?
488 nonprofit leaders and HR professionals across the country participated in third annual Nonprofit Talent Management Priorities survey. The organizations we surveyed spanned a diverse range of budgets, staff sizes and missions. This infographic showcases the top three priorities that will guide the talent management efforts for 488 nonprofits who participated in the survey.
2019 Talent Management Priorities Webinar Recording!
And download this a companion webinar recording to hear insights, impacts from the data, and tips for how your organization can leverage its results.