How Nonprofits Can Attract Talent with an Effective Compensation Plan
Competitive compensation is key to finding – and retaining – employees. It also represents a significant operating expense, and in nonprofit organizations, there can be a high degree of scrutiny by regulatory agencies, stakeholders, donors, and the press. The portion of the budget allocated to salaries, if not program related, can affect a public charity’s standing and ability to attract funding.
This white paper helps nonprofit organizations align compensation strategy with your culture and values, attract and retain staff with the skills and experience necessary, and maintain internal equity and market competitiveness.