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The highly anticipated 2017 NonProfit Times Nonprofit Organizations Salary and Benefits Report is now Available in the NPT store. Click here to learn more.

 
 
 
 
            
 
2018 Best Nonprofits To Work For Competition Opens
 
Finding employees can be tough. Finding great employees can be next to impossible. Great staff members migrate to the best places to work, or morph where they are working into a great place which lures more outstanding staff members. More than 100,000 nonprofit workers have downloaded The NonProfit Times’ 2017 Best Nonprofits To Work For package of stories. You can find them here ….. 
 
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Using Hardnosed Paths To Success
 
Managers are often called on to help employees get through personal difficulties connected with the job. It isn’t fun, but it’s often necessary. What is often overlooked is the fact that managers themselves can fall victim to problems related to the job. Those struggles can often have consequences that are farther-reaching than those of the people they supervise.
 
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Contact Darryl Canfield with questions, or for placement, @ 973-401-0202 x204 or by email at darryl@nptimes.com

 
 
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Managing Has A Spectrum Of Tools
 
For many employees, work would be bearable, if not enjoyable, without managers. For many managers, would be just great without all those employees. In his book “Simply Managing” Henry Mintzberg wrote that despite rumors of its death, managing is not going away. Further, managing is as important to an organization as all those employees. Mintzberg also maintains that there is a spectrum of managing, any part of which can occur depending on the workplace and the personalities involved.
 
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