29 Apr '11, 8am

Nonprofit Human Sustainability: A Competitive Advantage?

2010 Annual 50 Best Nonprofits to Work For Survey interviewed nonprofit staff all over the country and came up with much the same list of perks mentioned above: a healthy work-life balance, positive work environment, and opportunities for personal and professional growth are what makes a nonprofit a great place to work for. So how come nonprofits are so slow to move in that direction? Many nonprofit leaders would answer: Money, money, and money! Non-profits say they don’t have the resources to properly compensate their staff and that funders do not want to fund overhead (a.k.a. salaries, benefits, and other administrative costs)! But as accountability expectations of nonprofits have grown over the last 15 years, it would be only fair to turn to funders and make the case that top talent is needed to deliver top results. A supportive work environment and creative compensatio...

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2011/04/nonprofit-human-susta...

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