| July 26, 2018
Detroit’s hiring market for nonprofit executives is following national trends. Increased CEO turnover, increased competition for qualified leaders, and nonprofit boards’ increased comfort with their organizations’ resources have resulted in higher nonprofit CEO pay.
| July 10, 2018
Generally, we think that people in the nonprofit sector believe they would get paid more in the for-profit sector, but in some cases the opposite is true.
| February 8, 2018
Evidently, at least at hospitals, the new excise tax on high nonprofit salaries is causing some large institutions to make changes—and not necessarily in the way that was intended.
| January 3, 2018
The new tax overhaul has a number of provisions affecting nonprofits, including one dealing with high-end salaries.
| December 21, 2017
The headline makes it seem like something is amiss. Nonprofit execs in Wisconsin receiving higher than average pay? Better watch out!
| December 20, 2017
Any nonprofit board that doesn’t yet understand that high-end salaries are likely to draw scrutiny and public review is governing in the wrong decade.
| December 12, 2017
University presidents’ salaries break the $1 million barrier more often; meanwhile, the use of endowment funds attracts greater scrutiny and tuition rates are on the rise.
| March 8, 2017
The number of million-dollar nonprofit executives increases, and newly computerized IRS Form 990 data makes nonprofit return analysis easier.
| February 10, 2017
Capacity building is more than having good staff leadership, as one Texas nonprofit discovered.
| January 3, 2017
When the outcome of an effort to reduce the turnover rate of essential nonprofit staff ends up at a 25% rate, you have a workforce problem—and that problem will take collective effort to address.