If you have been to the NPT Jobs Career Center today you will have noticed it looks a little different. If you were wondering whether your eyes were playing tricks on you we’re here to put that to rest.
A new report alleges that New York City’s top nonprofit hospitals spend less than 2 percent on free care for uninsured and poor patients despite receiving millions of dollars in taxpayer aid.
A guilty plea is expected in the case of Stan Curtis, the former head of U.S.A. Harvest who is accused of stealing more than $180,000 from the charity.
We are proud to announce that Mark Hrywna, senior editor here at The NonProfit Times, has won three Excellence in Journalism Awards from the New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists (NJSPJ). Mark will be invited to attend the award ceremony at the Yogi Berra Museum in Little Falls, NJ, along with the other winners.
Monica Wofford is author of Make Difficult People Disappear and Contagious Leadership. Featured on CNBC, NBC, Forbes, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Monster.com, Entrepreneur.com and more.
Whether training has not been budgeted for or is simply not in the budget for right now, your leaders still need consistent and effective skill development. But how do you do that when you don’t feel you have the internal resources and can’t afford big expensive external resources? How do you provide training to leaders when you simply don’t have the budget? Here are three ways to help your managers become better leaders without breaking the bank.
Frequent shoppers of The NonProfit Times probably noticed that our online store received a major overhaul recently. All the features you have come to expect from NPT remain but there are some key differences that we felt we should explain to our customers.
Sound decision making is the number one responsibility of every good leader, and the key to success for every nonprofit. But it’s a skill that needs constant sharpening.
Easter Seals El Mirador has been cleared of fraud charges following an investigation, New Mexico Attorney General Gary King announced yesterday.
Now that Easter is over it’s time to get back to the job search. Looking for work after a relaxing weekend isn’t the most enjoyable thing in the world but we at The NonProfit Times have something to make the search a little easier: A new featured nonprofit job.
Do you know someone who has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to improve the lives of children? If so, the NASCAR Foundation wants you to nominate this individual for its Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award.