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Do u wnt 2 ngage Gen Y?

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
August 19, 2010

Is your organization struggling to attract talented Gen Y employees? Follow these strategies for success.

Recruitment and retention: There’s no R & R about it!

Written By: Michelle Jondreau
August 9, 2010

The latest research on recruitment and retention in the nonprofit sector.

The talent war: Is it over?

Written By: Alan Davis
July 12, 2010

Views on how top talent is attracted and retained.

The real deal on interns

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
July 12, 2010

Interns are the great cavalry of any organization. Though some, unfortunately, view them as slave labour — those who do the tasks no one else could find time for, or the work others just don’t want to do — most recognize the crucial importance of having hired (and oftentimes volunteer) temporary help to buttress the company mission.

Competing for talent

Written By: Jack Shand
February 1, 2010

Four trends employees and employers must understand as the nonprofit sector evolves.

Engaging Generation Y in the leadership of your NPO

Written By: Mark Buzan
November 30, 2009

Unsure about how to engage Gen Y employees? Follow these tips.

Are you hiring an employee or an independent contractor?

Written By: Bill Otton
November 23, 2009

Controlling costs and staying flexible for nonprofits in challenging times.

Dos and don'ts in the hiring process

Written By: Kathline Holmes
November 9, 2009

Follow these tips for smooth sailing during the hiring process.

The pros and cons of nonprofit internships

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
November 9, 2009

One of the time-honoured methods employed by organizations to stock the third sector with civic-minded employees is to tap into the wellspring of willing and eager student interns.

The nonprofit starvation cycle

Written By: Pattie LaCroix
October 15, 2009

An article explaining what the "nonprofit starvation cycle" and how it occurs.

Seven essentials for a successful executive transition

Written By: Becky Andrews and Rebecca Post
August 4, 2009

A change of leadership is never an easy time for a nonprofit. This article gives you an overview of the transition process and how it differs from a typical hire.

Hiring for diversity in an ever-changing world

Written By: Karl Noseworthy
May 21, 2009

The importance of organizational diversity.

Human Resources Q&A: Onboarding or orientation?

Written By: Tim Rutledge
March 9, 2009

This article explains what onboarding means and offer a checklist to do it properly.

Millennial influx: Implications for the nonprofit sector

Written By: Jennifer Kennedy
July 21, 2008

The influx of millennials, those born between 1982-2001, in the workplace affects all businesses and organizations, so what are the implications for the nonprofit sector?

Calculating the cost-per-hire

Written By: Alan Davis
January 14, 2008

Costs and time value associated with hiring new employees.

Human Resources Q&A: Getting around low salaries

Written By: Tim Rutledge
December 10, 2007

This article discusses what to do if your salaries are too low to attract good talent.

Hire to empower

Written By: Alan Davis
November 12, 2007

Training the hiring manager to make good decisions.

Human Resources Q&A: Onsite benefits create greater employee engagement

Written By: Tim Rutledge
November 12, 2007

Employees are more engaged when there is a good work environment and meaningful onsite benefits. This article outlines some.

Human Resources Q&A: Rewards versus recognition

Written By: Tim Rutledge
October 9, 2007

The article explains that recognition is better than salary or rewards for keeping your employees engaged.

The role of metrics in the selection interview

Written By: Alan Davis
September 10, 2007

How to write an effective job specification including a template.

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