Staffing & Human Resources
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America joins the growing coalition pledging to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace. As one of over 2,000 CEOs who have come together, BBBSA President and CEO Artis Stevens is committing himself and BBBSA to upholding this pledge to create a more equitable workplace community.
Submittable launched its new corporate giving product, allowing companies to quickly meet employee demand for sponsored donation opportunities.
Nonprofits are staffed by incredibly competent and dedicated people — experts who understand their work backward and forward, whether it be housing the homeless, feeding the hungry, or supporting these programs through effective fundraising and building sustainable solutions to the world’s most challenging problems.
One way to retain talented, willing, and committed employees is inclusive hiring. Here are resources that your organization can use.
The nonprofit sector sucks at vacationing plus resting on vacation. Nonprofit employees come to work exhausted, but need to do a better job of taking care of themselves. When employees are not at their best, their performance suffers.
Employees are an especially important ingredient to a successful organization. Unfortunately, employers overlook valuable applicants because of age. Reasons employers should employ older workers are their experience, both professionally and personally, reliability with a strong work ethic, and cost-effectiveness.
Because remote work poses challenges with tax and compliance issues, a proactive approach can help nonprofits avoid these issues.