No matter what the positive differentiators for candidates and current staff, such as purpose-driven work, positive culture, telecommuting, or flexibility, at the end of the day, a lot of employment decisions (on both the employer and candidate sides) are driven by compensation. More than ever, nonprofits are competing with other industries to acquire and retain skilled talent, and doing so with limited funds.
That’s why having a compensation strategy is essential. Defining a compensation strategy allows employers to ensure compliance with fair compensation practices, identifying when/if adjustments to ranges or individual compensation are in order. But more importantly, a strategy allows you to determine where you need to invest in the talent required to achieve organizational impact.
This informative session, presented by GCN Senior Consultant Mary Bear Hughes, will help you:
- Define the full-value of your compensation package
- Provide insight into the types of compensation strategies top employers use
- Learn the steps involved in evaluating your organization’s practices and establishing your compensation strategy.
Download your complimentary copy of the 2019 Work for Good Nonprofit Salary Report for Georgia.
Compiling data from more than 36,000 positions at Georgia nonprofits, spanning 24 job-focus areas, and broken out across six employee types – from entry-level to executive to direct service – our latest report from GCN's Work for Good is another groundbreaking, eye-opening human resource asset that we hope will aid in your quest for greater impact and organizational excellence.
June 12, 2019
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This is a complimentary community webinar event.