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A non-profit’s focus is to resolve a predicament. Non-profit organizations need acknowledgement from the public, and the financial aid from sponsors. Vital are also the continued support of philanthropists and the commitment from staff and volunteers.

It is an arduous and unpredictable task to stay in the black. And the direct costs associated with turnovers can be crippling. Moreover, there are the indirect costs of hiring procedures and lost productivity.

When talking about non-profit, we’re not talking about Mrs. Peabody and her High School bake sale. These organizations generate millions of dollars channeled for a cause. As in the private sector, non-profit organizations face many of the same managerial, administrative and organizational challenges.

Motivation for these employees is different. What drives them is engagement. But employee engagement is declining at many of the major charities. Lack of engagement is having a detrimental impact on raising revenue. Organizations falsely assume that passion for the cause can make up for short-comings in compensation, investment, and employee engagement.

Why Improving Employee Engagement is Vital in the Non-Profit Sector

Constituent Satisfaction

Engaged employees provide the best effort through pride and recognition. Employees make a difference when serving with integrity.

Top Talent

Competing with the private sector for top talent requires a comparable workforce. One that is happy, engaged, productive, with opportunities for advancement.

Bottom Line

Engagement saves money, time and risk. While also leading to fewer safety incidents, greater attendance, increased productivity, and top talent.


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