Compensation, Staffing, & Professional-Development in 2017
More than $1 million was spent on temp staffing during 2015 by breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen. The Dallas, Texas-based headquarters was in the process of upgrading its PeopleSoft financial software but the real problem was staff turnover. “People who knew about it were not here now,” Komen spokeswoman Andrea Rader said, relying on institutional memory. It was during a time in 2014 when there was a shortage of IT people, she said, so they hired temps while waiting to fill the positions. Adecco Employment Services was among the highest paid independent contractors, according to Komen’s Form 990 for Fiscal Year Ending 2015.