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5 Signs of a Dysfunctional Company Culture Company culture has become a point of focus not only for job applicants who are looking for the best place to work, but also for employers who are struggling with employee engagement and retention. A company’s culture is essentially the “personality” of the company. It includes elements such as values, ethics, goals, expectations and more, […] continue reading this post

Are You Losing Employees Due to Lack of Training With the employment rate dipping to 3.8 percent again in February, the current job market is heavily favoring employees. The amount of job openings in the US reached a new all-time high of 7.5 million this past January, significantly higher than the current number of unemployed persons in the country, which is approximately 6.2 million. […] continue reading this post

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

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