A new report highlights the ongoing challenges nonprofits face in preparing for executive transitions.
Our analysis of nonprofit compensation should spark conversations about race and pay, and how our compensation decisions affect everyone in the sector.
Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce is a regional survey of nonprofit compensation and benefits from organizations in Southern New England and adjoining communities. This unique report and searchable online database on the compensation practices of small and medium-sized are provided free to the public.
Opportunity in Change: Preparing Boston for Leader Transitions and New Models of Nonprofit Leadership
A joint report examines where Greater Boston nonprofits stand at a historic inflection point given the unprecedented volume of leadership transition within and outside the sector. Download the Opportunity in Change report
The ongoing, against-the-odds resiliency of the nonprofit sector in New England and across the country is remarkable to see. But as this study shows, it is a very fragile resiliency. This report focuses on three essential shifts the sector needs to make in order to thrive.
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Our staff is our greatest asset. As organizations develop fair compensation and benefits, it helps to compare your nonprofit to others in the region. Our new report, Valuing Our Nonprofit Workforce 2014: A Compensation and Benefits Survey of and for Nonprofits in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Adjoining Communities, includes salary and benefits information from a range of different types of nonprofits.