This list of topics addresses fundamental aspects of nonprofit board service. Dig in to find information that will help you think through issues or challenges facing your organization.
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Nonprofit chief executive compensation is being scrutinized by the IRS, state regulators, the media, legislators, and potential funders. Does your board have a process that allows you to offer a salary that will attract and keep top talent without compromising your organization’s mission or the public’s expectations?
This practical step-by-step guide and reference will help you establish an effective compensation structure and maintain public trust by increasing the transparency and integrity of your compensation practices. Updated to address the current nonprofit environment, it includes guidance on
While designed primarily for board members, this book is also a valuable resource for chief executives, senior staff, and consultants.
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