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A new report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy revealed that at least 218 local governments have received payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTs) worth $92 million per year from about 490 nonprofits.
There are two factors that have a big impact on a job seeker’s decision to apply for a job: Pay and quality of the organization. While these are indeed important aspects, an organization’s hiring policy should not be downplayed.
Eugene R. Tempel, Ph.D., was nominated to be the founding dean of Indiana University’s (IU) new School of Philanthropy, subject to the approval of the IU Board of Trustees at its next business meeting on Oct. 12.
The vast majority of nonprofits have great, dedicated and committed executives and wonderful individual board members. Yet, one of the most common questions asked is “how do we create a high performing board as a whole?”
Antitrust: Even the name is ominous. And the closer you look at it, the more vaguely menacing it seems. For example, if you violate the antitrust laws, you might rack up millions of dollars in fines, and you might even go to jail.
Massachusetts became the first government entity in the United States in 2011 to issue a request for proposals for “social impact bonds.” The bonds are a fledgling financing strategy that experts believe could help take effective social programs to scale by tapping into private capital, with government paying investors back only if the programs produce results.
Every fledgling nonprofit eventually reaches a point where they are ready to start accepting volunteers into their organization. When that time comes, it’s important that you are properly prepared for the work that comes from managing these individuals.
Email is an important tool for all job seekers. It allows them to quickly communicate to employers or networking contacts instantly, and it makes sending documents easier. For all its advantages, however, it does have its downsides.
If you are someone who is more interested in nonprofit finance issues rather than management or fundraising, The NonProfit Times‘ sister publication, Exempt Magazine, should be of interest to you. The magazine’s Summer 2012 issue has just been released, providing new content related to the financial side of nonprofits.
The National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) filed a lawsuit against one of its for-profit rivals, accusing it of attempting to steal its members.
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