For staff members to feel empowered, they need to believe that management communicates a clear direction for the future, that they are working in alignment with the CEO and board, that the foundation cares about them, and that their performance reviews are fair and helpful. One of the key findings in the recently released study… Continue reading
The Job Seeker Survey and the Organization Survey released last week by Idealist give interesting insights to employment in nonprofits. Some points of particular note: Nonprofit Jobseekers They are experienced: 30% of job seekers are over the age 50; 26% have more than 11 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. They value opportunities for… Continue reading Idealist.org Releases Surveys About Employment in the Nonprofit Sector
If you think we’re living in a post-gendered world, you’re sorely mistaken. Kunal Modi, friend and former LIFT-er, in his well-authored, spot-on response in the Huffington Post to Anne-Marie Slaughter’s recent op-ed in the Atlantic, Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.
A new study from the Northern Illinois University, the University of Evansville and Auburn University looked into how Facebook personality corresponds to work performance. Facebook-savvy HR researchers graded a sample of profiles according to the so-called Big Five personality traits (openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism) and then six month later, compared the evaluations of… Continue reading Facebook Profiles: Accurate Indicator of Job Success?
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