What does the Alzheimer’s Association and it’s more than 2,000 employees have in common with Musicians On Call and its staff of 15? They were both winners in the NPT’s 2019 Best Nonprofits To Work For competition.
Leaders at both organizations understand that to deliver mission you need to be both client-centric and flexible with staff. Finding and keeping staff is not easy in this economy. The 50 organizations in the 2019 competition implemented measures vital to keeping staff and delivering on mission.
The NonProfit Times partners with Best Companies Group (BCG) on The Best Nonprofits To Work For. The Harrisburg, Pa.-based firm puts organizations through a battery of surveys to develop the key drivers. The Employee Benchmark Report portion of the survey includes 79 questions and statements within eight categories.
The top 10 key drivers identified in the survey were:
- I feel I am valued in this organization;
- Most days, I feel I have made progress at work;
- I have confidence in the leadership of this organization;
- I like the type of work that I do;
- I can trust what this organization tells me;
- I like the people I work with at this organization;
- Quality is a top priority with this organization;
- Overall, I’m satisfied with this organization’s benefits package;
- I understand the long-term strategy of this organization; and,
- My supervisor helps me develop to my fullest potential.
The competition is open for the 2020 NPT Best Nonprofits To Work For. Go to https://bestnonprofitstoworkfor.com to get information on how to be one of the 2020 Best Nonprofits To Work For.