Six hundred nonprofit organizations have participated in the 2020 survey, making it among the largest and most robust in the survey's 42-year history.
Eighty percent of 2020 survey's participants see hiring challenges in the year ahead with increased competition from other employers to attract and retain qualified employees. The 2020 report will provide a wealth of information to help nonprofits compete effectively on this ever-changing playing field.
Here's how your organization will benefit from the latest edition of "the best survey of its kind:"
The survey will also help your organization find out how the local nonprofit community is responding to current economic conditions. Here are some questions the survey can help nonprofit managers answer:
The survey serves all kinds of nonprofits in all 48 Northern California counties, from Del Norte County in the far northwest to Inyo County in the far southeast. And we make special efforts to serve both larger and smaller nonprofit organizations, as weel as those from both urban/suburban and rural counties. To find out more, click here...
"In creating three year strategic plans, the Fair Pay Nonprofit survey has served as an excellent planning tool. We know we are using the most reliable and relevant data in determining competitive wages and benefits for our valuable staff. I know this has helped us to attract and retain the best people!"
Cope Family Center, Napa
"Our organization has been using the Nonprofit Compensation Associates survey for nearly a decade. It has been invaluable as a tool to determine fair wages and benefits for our staff. I don’t know what we would do without it."
Human Resources Manager
Island Conservation, Santa Cruz
"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