Nonprofit organizations in two major U.S. metropolitan areas are growing faster than expected and struggling to attract enough top talent to fill their jobs, according to a pair of new reports from recruiting firm Professionals for NonProfits. While a quarter of the New York groups and nearly a third of the Washington, D.C. groups plan to increase pay by more than 3 percent this year, officials continue to worry they won’t be able to fill all the available spots.
Washington New York
Peer to Peer Advanced Speaker Spotlight: DJ Hampton
ACLU Lays Off 7 Percent of National Staff
California Judges Must Cut Ties With the Boy Scouts
With Billions in the Bank, Blue Shield of California Loses State Tax-Exempt Status
Nonprofit Contractor Sent Government $1.1 Million Bill for Parties and Retreats
Texas Severs Nonprofit Group's 110-Year Management of Alamo