Employee Benefits for Small Nonprofits: Why and How To Offer Health Insurance
As public health continues to be a main topic of conversation and healthcare costs continue to rise, employee benefits for small nonprofits remain at the top of would-be employees’ lists of must-haves. But premiums can be high… So here are three alternatives to traditional group plans for cash-strapped organizations!
Time To Refresh Your Nonprofit PTO Policies? Here’s the Info You Need
Thoughtful and intentional paid time off or nonprofit PTO policies will allow you to create a strong organizational culture where staff and employees are encouraged to prioritize their own self-care and avoid burnout. And a smart, generous policy can help retain the best candidates! Learn more about your options.
Nonprofit Internships: How To Manage Interns and Set Them Up for Success
Successful nonprofit internships require solid preparation and consistent management of your interns. Learn more about setting your nonprofit interns up for success by tailoring your position to your candidates, thoughtfully designing the day-by-day, and recruiting from the places that best match your nonprofit.
Better Nonprofit Performance Reviews: How To Shake Up the System So It Works for You
At their best, nonprofit performance reviews can align employee skills with your mission, increase employee retention, and create a leadership pipeline. So how can we develop and maintain a performance review system that supports a strong organizational culture—and make sure it’s tailored to our nonprofits?
What Really Motivates Nonprofit Employees? 3 Ways To Show Your Appreciation
It’s pretty easy to tell when workplace motivation begins to wane, but it can be tough to figure out exactly what’s to blame for low employee morale… But it will be a lot easier to isolate the issue if you’ve worked to create a foundation of encouragement and nonprofit employee appreciation for your team.
3 Simple Ways To REALLY Take Care of Yourself This Holiday Season
With the end of the calendar year fast approaching, it can feel overwhelming to think about everything you need to get done, both at work and at home. But prioritizing real, long-term self-care means structuring the majority of your days around the things that keep you well and healthy – not the other way around.