2015 NPT Best Places To Work

September 23, 2016       THE NONPROFIT TIMES      

Ask most any employee at a nonprofit why they work there and the answer will almost always come down to mission and believing they are making a difference. But what sets apart the organizations in the 2015 NPT Best Nonprofits To Work?

In David Letterman style, Best Companies Group (BCG) derived the top 10 key drivers in the NPT Best Nonprofits To Work study:

  • I like the type of work that I do;
  • I have confidence in the leadership of this organization;
  • Most days, I feel like I have made progress at work;
  • I feel part of a team working toward a shared goal;
  • My pay is fair for the work I perform;
  • At this organization, employees have fun at work;
  • My supervisor handles my work-related issues satisfactorily;
  • The organization provides the technology, equipment and resources I
    need to do my job well; and,

  • I feel I am valued in this organization.

The overall survey average for positive responses in all categories of the Employee Benchmark Report in the NPT Best Nonprofits To Work was 89 percent for those that made the list compared with 77 percent for those that did not. The largest disparity within a category was in leading and planning (90 percent versus 73 percent), followed by pay and benefits (88 percent versus 73 percent), and corporate culture and communications (88 percent versus 74 percent).
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