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Recruiting for a Diverse, Multicultural Team An Introductory Executive Action Blueprint for Nonprofits


The Competitive Talent Series
Recruiting for a Diverse, Multicultural Team
An Introductory Executive Action Blueprint for Nonprofits

No one wants to believe that they or their company has bias, especially nonprofit organizations who purpose is to do social good. But, it happens. Conscious or unconscious bias reduces your openness to people who are different from you, and in turn, can dramatically affect your hiring process.

Diversity in staffing is not only the right thing to do, it’s strategically important to your organization’s mission. The competition for talent is fierce. If you aren’t building a diverse, multicultural staff, you’re losing a competitive advantage. Candidates not only consider diversity when deciding where to work, they want to see the organization’s commitment when deciding whether to stay.

This Executive Action Blueprint introduces you to 7 steps that your nonprofit can implement immediately to create more equitable workplace hiring practices.

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What Makes a ‘Good Job’, Good? What Employees Want from Nonprofit Employers


The Talent Management Series
What Makes a ‘Good Job’, Good?
What Employees Want from Nonprofit Employers

What Makes a ‘Good Job’, Good? reviews what matters most to present and prospective employees of nonprofit organizations.

The report looks at what is considered essential in a job—that is, what factors are not only ranked as important, but without which an employee would not want to accept or stay in a job, and the perceived gaps between what is sought and what is found.

Based on a study conducted early 2017, the report provides information that helps nonprofit leaders develop strategies, policies, and practices that facilitate engagement and productivity.

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The Changing Role of Temps in Nonprofit Staffing


The Competitive Market Series
The Changing Role of Temps in Nonprofit Staffing

The Changing Role of Temps in Nonprofit Staffing explores the new role that temporary staff is playing in today’s nonprofit workplace.

Nonprofit organizations are increasingly utilizing temp and contract workers to fill not only temporary vacancies, but to accomplish short term projects, high impact needs, and more.

This report reviews staffing trends and changing expectations for temporary staffing. It helps executives rethink hiring strategies and provides actionable ideas to develop talented, successful nonprofit teams.

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How Millennials are Pushing Nonprofits to Change


The Competitive Market Series
How Millennials Are Pushing Nonprofits to Change

How Millennials Are Pushing Nonprofits to Change identifies how the workplace is changing as Millennials comprise an increasing segment of the nonprofit workforce.

This report provides recommendations for executives to rethink how to recruit, interview and negotiate benefits to attract and retain an ‘A’ team. Based on industry research and findings from PNP’s 2015-2016 Nonprofit Salaries & Staffing Trends report, it provides an executive blueprint for easy-to-implement changes that can attract and retain millennial talent in nonprofit organizations.

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Trends Affecting Nonprofit Hiring


The Competitive Market Series
Trends Affecting Nonprofit Hiring

Recruiting and retaining top talent is one of the most critical tasks for nonprofit executives.

Trends Affecting Nonprofit Hiring, PNP’s new informational report, identifies hiring issues and challenges in an increasingly competitive talent marketplace.

In addition, it provides an executive blueprint for how to address hiring and retention issues with practical and flexible solutions for talent acquisition and management.

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