Nonprofits face many compensation-related challenges, such as working with tight budgets or navigating compensation compliance. However, regardless of the specific hurdles your nonprofit faces, nonprofit compensation consultants can help!
Whether your organization is a small tech business or a growing nonprofit focused on serving underprivileged teens, you likely understand the challenges of managing employee compensation.
Human resources (HR) is an essential aspect of running a successful small business or nonprofit. This is because HR focuses on the employer-employee relationship, ensuring that you recruit and retain top talent who help your organization work toward its long-term goals.
Friday, January 22, 1999. The day itself was a seemingly regular one, save for the largest tornado outbreak in Arkansas state history.
In addition to being an organization that has a mission to deliver and beneficiaries to serve, your nonprofit is also an organization that employs people.
Employee compensation is a topic that HR leaders come back to year after year since it heavily impacts team member engagement, satisfaction, and retention.
For employers and HR professionals, finding ways to boost employee engagement and retention is essential to the long-term success of your organization.
Job descriptions are more than just documents for job seekers to rely on when looking for a new position. They actually play a vital role in several of an organization’s internal HR functions including hiring, conducting performance reviews, complying with labor laws, maintaining a well-structured organization, resolving conflict, and more.
According to recent research, the mass resignation of healthcare professionals has resulted in a 20% decrease in the healthcare workforce, including 30% of nurses.
Gone are the days when furry friends were exclusively reserved for home life. As more and more people embrace pet ownership, employers are recognizing the positive impact that pets can have on employee morale, productivity, and overall well-being.