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What to Do When a Recruiter Calls You

By Kevin Flynn, Vice President of Recruitment and Candidate Services

In a job market that is flooded with candidates, it seems counterintuitive that the war for talent is as hot as ever. This is especially true in the nonprofit sector.... Read More

Growing the Decision-Making Skills of Your Employees to Achieve Scale

Not-for-profit organizations rarely possess the financial resources they need, and yet they often fail to fully utilize a point of significant leverage: the decision-making capabilities of their employees. Organizations that hold... Read More

How the Nonprofit Sector is Like a Giant Potato

by James Weinberg

There’s an old Irish folktale about Jamie O’Rourke, a man who grew a giant potato in his garden.  It was so big that it could feed his entire village. However, the oversized tuber caused a series of logistical... Read More

Views from the Talent Pool: How Your Job Search is Like March Madness

by Kevin Flynn, Director of Recruitment and Candidate Services

Another season of March Madness is upon us. Since I’ve spent the majority of the last week either watching tournament games or interviewing candidates, I’ve started... Read More

Views from the Talent Pool: Stuff Interviewers Say

Interview settings can present challenging communication dynamics, even for the most experienced candidates. At times, it may seem like the interviewer is speaking in code.  Unlike the phenomenon on YouTube, it is rarely hilarious and... Read More

Nonprofit Employment Outpaced Private Sector During Economic Downturn

A new study reveals that the nonprofit sector posted a remarkable 10 year record of job growth, achieving an average annual growth rate of 2.1 percent from 2000 to 2010, while for-profit jobs declined by an average of minus 0.6 percent... Read More

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