Tag Archives: hiring practices

My, How Things Have Changed

Today, I had lunch with my parents at their retirement village, a weekly thing we do after church.  One of their new neighbors joined us toward the end of the meal, so I talked to him, and listened to the … Continue reading

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Compliance: Are You Keeping Up with the Law?

I am sure that most of you who read this are well aware that the nonprofit sector is highly regulated.  Local municipalities, state legislatures, and the Federal government, as well as those governments in other countries, create rules and laws … Continue reading

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You Can’t Take Them with You

Not long ago, an acquaintance of mine informed me that the organization he serves as a Board member was in the market for a new Executive Director.  He told me what they were really looking for was someone with fundraising … Continue reading

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Do Nonprofit HR Coordinators really Appreciate Volunteers?

After publishing last week’s blog, ”Revolving Doors and Musical Chairs”, I got an interesting response from a reader.  She was an older individual with a lot of good years of work in her still, and she was a long time … Continue reading

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Discrimination in the Nonprofit Sector: It Does Exist

“Prejudice is like a hair across your cheek. You can’t see it, you can’t find it with your fingers, but you keep brushing at it because the feel of it is irritating.” Marian Anderson Discrimination is a pervasive problem in … Continue reading

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