58% of the survey's participants see hiring challenges in the year ahead, as the recent recession continues to ease. They foresee increased competition from their colleagues and businesses to attract and retain the "best and brightest" employees. More than they have in recent years, they'll need the wealth of information produced by this large and robust survey compete effectively on this new playing field.
With your copy of the 2014 survey report in hand, your agency will benefit from the best survey of its kind:
The survey will also help your agency find out how the local nonprofit community is coping with current economic conditions. Here are some questions the survey will help nonprofit managers answer:
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"We highly recommend the Fair Pay compensation and benefits survey. The participation process is well-organized, the report is easy to use, and it includes extremely practical and relevant data for nonprofit decision makers. A must have!"
David R. Smith, SPHR
Human Resources Director
Koinonia Family Services, Loomis
"The Compensation & Benefits Survey plays a major role in insuring that we are offering competitive salaries and understanding our benefit offerings compared to others. Its specificity for nonprofits in Northern California and the ability to compare based on budget, number of employees, and location makes it a tool in which we have great confidence."
Bruce A. Bearden
Canon for Administration
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco
"We have participated in the survey for the past six years and this document is my bible. We use it in our organization constantly to benchmark our salaries and benefits against others in Northern California. It is such a complete document, we find every question we have is answered there. The Board also refers to it annually to determine reasonable compensation for the CEO and Director of Finance positions.
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President and CEO
The Carmel Foundation