The Great Resignation—How to Hire Employees Who Will Stay

According to Fortune, more than 4.5 million people quit their jobs in November of 2021—the highest number seen in the last two decades. “The Great Resignation,” as it has been coined, is affecting businesses across the country, including those in the nonprofit sector. Record numbers of people are quitting mostly because of changing priorities due

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Navigate The Hiring Process With Winning Counter Offer Strategies

Your company has job openings and you want to attract top nonprofit professionals. However, it’s an employee’s market and counter offer statistics show you likely aren’t the only one courting them. Fortunately, there are ways to position yourself to be successful, and there are several counter offer strategies to get the candidate to choose you. 

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Why Nonprofits Can’t Afford To Manage Their Own Hiring Process

Effective hiring at any company requires strategy and planning. No matter what the vertical, it’s critical to develop a recruiting process that optimizes results across multiple components, including sourcing, screening, interviewing, and onboarding candidates. However, for nonprofit organizations, the hiring stakes (and constraints) are especially high. Even the most dedicated nonprofit leaders can struggle to

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5 Ways Boutique Nonprofit Staffing is Different From Large Firms

Finding a staffing agency that fits your needs isn’t always easy. But learning the difference separating large firms from nonprofit staffing boutiques—will help make your decision-making process a whole lot easier. In this article, you’ll discover why choosing a nonprofit staffing agency is what of the best decisions your nonprofit can make.   1. Think

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Winning Interviews: 6 Things Nonprofits LOVE When Hiring

Living and working as a nonprofit staffing recruiter in San Francisco—Precious Woods works directly with some of the sector’s leading nonprofits and associations. She’s placed top nonprofit professionals with California 501(c)(3)’s such as: GLIDE, Californians for Safety & Justice, Lycee Francais de San Francisco, and the Eviction Defense Collaborative. 1. Prepare one or two mission-based

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Getting a Job in Nonprofit Leadership—What Nonprofits Need to See

Living and working as a nonprofit staffing director in Washington DC—Kimmi Cantrell works directly with some of the sector’s leading nonprofits and associations. She’s placed rising Nonprofit Leaders with 501(c)(3)’s like the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Bat Conservation International, Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, and Prison Fellowship International. 1. No one is 100% ready

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19 Career Benefits: How Nonprofit Temping Can Lead to a Dream Job

To temp or not to temp?  That is the question… Believe it or not, temporary staffing opportunities are stocked with employee advantages.  And whether you’re seeking a nonprofit career change, or re-entering the workforce after some time away: you may discover that a few of these 19 temporary staffing benefits can bring you closer to

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What Nonprofits Want to See When Hiring a New Development Director

Living and working as a nonprofit staffing recruiter in Washington DC—Adele Borbee works directly with some of the sector’s leading nonprofits. Serving causes such as direct social services, healthcare advocacy and housing: she’s placed top Development Directors​ with 501(c)(3)’s like Catholic Charities, Martha’s Table, and Penny Appeal USA. 1. Why is Development Director one of

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