Revamp your performance management

Let’s face it: typical performance management systems can be painful. No one enjoys the stilted, scripted, and awkward process of the yearly performance review. The results of the typical performance review are not particularly inspired or useful, often uncomfortable, and...

Psychological health and safety as a day-to-day practice

Want to learn more on this topic? We've partnered with the author for a free webinar on September 26. Click here for details and to register. Regardless of their role in an organization, everyone has a story about a workplace...

A missed opportunity: How the nonprofit sector can do a better job of hiring people with disabilities

Many employers may say they don’t have staff with disabilities, but this just isn’t true. In fact, the 2017 Canadian Survey on Disability conducted by Statistics Canada, determined that 22% of the Canadian population over the age of 15 has one...

Eight tips to help you retain your top talent

Chances are, you already know that attracting and hiring the best-of-the-best to work for your nonprofit organization is key to success. But getting top talent to sign an offer letter and join your team is only part of the battle...

Culture: The charity sector’s missing ingredient

Want to learn more on this topic? We've partnered with the author to present a free webinar on May 23! Click here for details and to register. As more and more people look for meaning in their work - up...

Creating a culture of wellness at your nonprofit: Advice from this year’s Employee Recommended Workplace Awards winners

“Many people want to work for organizations whose mission they love and support,” an HR consultant once told me, “but they really ought to be looking for those that offer a superior human resources experience.” This is especially true in...

How to attract younger talent to the nonprofit sector: What are Millennials and Gen Z looking for?

On the list of super powers requested by those in the charitable sector, somewhere near the top is surely the ability to know what “they” want. The “they” in question might be donors, board members, leaders or any group that...

Fifteen strategies for nonprofits to recruit and retain millennial leadership

Nonprofits face unique challenges. Charitable giving is “down.” And competition for dollars has become far fiercer. Add to this the fact that they are competing with private industry for top leadership talent and the picture can begin to look mighty...

What “good” career management looks like

This article is an excerpt from Retain and Gain: Career Management for Non-Profits and Charities, a free publication from CERIC. Click here to download your copy. Executive directors shared with us their concerns about setting goals and having career conversations...

These eight tips can help you recruit a younger demographic at your nonprofit

The nonprofit sector faces a hidden human resources issue that is not that different than the invisible donor challenge. At first glance, there appears to be no challenge at all, but just as digging a bit deeper reveals that there...