WTOP: 5 ways nonprofits can…
Do you dread the “pay discussion” during interviews with amazing candidates, or fear the day that your high-performers will request an increase that your budget cannot sustain? If you feel as if your organization cannot compete for talent with your current pay program, and that there is little you can do to change that, you’re not alone! The good news is that there are plenty of tools at your disposal which can help you position your mission and culture to the right talent and with compensation that they can be proud of. Watch this free webinar and discover new ways to attract, retain and engage a workforce that will advance your mission.
You will gain clarity on how to:
– Develop or modernize your compensation philosophy and align it with your program, mission and culture
– Identify the elements of an effective compensation plan that can help your nonprofit to attract new talent and motivate and retain existing employees
– Take your compensation strategies beyond base pay in order to appeal to talent with various motivators
Joan Reutter, SHRM-SCP
Senior HR Business Partner & Compensation Practice Leader
See Joan’s bio.
This webinar was sponsored by Cornerstone OnDemand
Cornerstone was founded with a passion for empowering people through learning and a conviction that
people should be your organization’s greatest competitive advantage. Cornerstone is a global human capital management leader with a core belief that nonprofits thrive when they help their employees, volunteers, and members to realize their potential. Putting this belief into practice, Cornerstone offers solutions to help nonprofits strategically manage and continuously develop their talent throughout the entire employee lifecycle. Featuring comprehensive recruiting, personalized learning, development-driven performance management, and holistic HR planning, Cornerstone’s human capital management platform is successfully used by more than 3,400 global clients of all sizes, spanning over 38 million users across 192 countries and 43 languages. Learn more at csod.com/nonprofit.