Emplicity's Corporate Blog

Company and industry News

Coaching Nonprofit Employees Once you’ve recruited a solid group of employees and volunteers for your organization, you want to make sure that they stick around for a while. Employees and volunteers are a vital part of what makes a nonprofit organization successful. They are the ones who are in direct contact with the community, doing a lot of […] continue reading this post


Reasons Why Nonprofit Employees Quit and How to Fix It When an employee leaves a company, it is a difficult loss on many levels. For-profit companies can normally turn around and have someone else in the position without too much fanfare. For a nonprofit organization however, that employee departure can have a different impact. With the costs associated with searching for, hiring and training new […] continue reading this post


Aging Workforce Increases Employers Risk of Age Discrimination As more and more Millennials and Gen Zers enter the workforce, employers are adapting to recruit and engage talented young employees. Although it’s important to reach this newer pool of workers, it’s equally as important not to disregard aging workers just because they’re older. While millennials may currently be the largest generation in the workforce, […] continue reading this post


how unemployment affects businesses California’s Employment Development Department recently released new data that shows the state’s unemployment rate is at a record low. In July, California employers added over 46,000 new employees to their payrolls, a significant increase from the 21,500 added in June. The employment growth was primarily in nine industry sectors. Leading the pack with 15,100 new […] continue reading this post


nonprofit employment mistakes Nonprofits face a number of significant challenges in becoming and remaining stable organizations. A lot of hard work goes into making a nonprofit organization run smoothly, and a simple mistake can mean a huge setback. They must be able to function just as efficiently or more efficiently than their for-profit counterparts but with less; less […] continue reading this post