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Are Your Employee Performance Reviews Effective? Annual Reviews vs Continuous Feedback: Which is the Best Fit? The end of the fiscal year is nearing, and for many companies that means annual employee performance reviews are nearing. Some critics argue that annual performance reviews and even semi-annual or quarterly reviews are archaic and not as effective as employers would like to believe. […] continue reading this post


California Companies Pay Millions in Sexual Harassment Settlements Two large California Companies have been hit hard by sexual harassment lawsuits this year. Irvine-based call center giant, Alorica Inc., agreed to pay $3.5 million dollars and Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay agreed to pay $850,000 in recent settlement cases brought on by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Earlier this year, Alorica […] 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


Competition for qualified workers will continue to rise for charities, foundations, associations, and similar organizations. There are many differences between the obstacles for-profit organizations face when hiring an employee. There are several challenges that nonprofit organizations face when hiring a new employee, which include: Compensation: Most people that decide to work with a for-profit company […] continue reading this post


Collectively, high impact nonprofits that are successful implement sustainable business practices and organize citizens to act on such issues. Many believe that to become a great nonprofit organization, that one simply needs to build a great organization, then expand it to reach more people. Instead, high-impact nonprofits work with organizations and individuals outside their organization […] continue reading this post