Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey - Nonprofit HR

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2014

Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey™

www.nonprofithr.com

The national Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey has been conducted through a partnership between Nonprofit HR and the Improve Group.

NONPROFIT RECESSION REBOUND

10.7million

Nonprofits are hiring again.

100%

employed by the nonprofit sector -

Staff size changes over time, 2009 - 2013

the 3rd largest US industry behind retail and manufacturing.

75% 46%

50%

Increased No change

25%

22%

17%

19%

Decreased

0% 2009

2010

2011

2012

Nonprofits are letting fewer employees go. Staffing predictions, 2009 - 2014

2013

There is job growth across all subsectors. Plans to Create New Positions and Eliminate Positions and/or Gradually Reduce Staff in 2014 by Organization Type

125% 100%

Plans to create 75%

Gradually Reduce Staff Freeze Hiring Eliminate Positions

50% 25%

Create New Positions

0% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Hiring new staff has become more popular than using current staff to support new programs. 100%

Hiring New Staff vs. Using Current Staff to Support New Programs, 2010 - 2014

75% 58% 45%

50% 25%

Hire new staff 43% Use current staff

29%

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2014 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey

75%

International/ International/Foreign Affairs Foreign Affairs Health Health

Public/Societal Public/Societal Benefits Benefits

38% 60% 7% 53% 6% 50%

and Arts, CultureArts, andCulture Humanities Humanities

5%

Regional Related or RaithRegional Related or based Faith-based

6%

Human Services Services Human Education Education Environment andand Environment Animals/Animal Animal Welfare Membership Membership Society/ Society/Association Association

0%

Plans to eliminate/reduce

47%

41% 7% 40% 10% 35% 6% 26% 7%

FINDING TALENT Nonprofits still rely most heavily on their informal networks for hiring and finding new talent. Satisfaction Ratings of Recruitment Advertising Outlets Networks of friends and Networks of friends colleagues and colleagues

% satisfied with outlets

88%

Only 15% of organizations

Idealist.org Idealist.org

85%

ASAE:CareerHQ CareerHQ ASAE:

85%

reported having a formal annual recruitment budget.

CEOUpdate Update CEO

79%

Median budget = $8,500

Professional society job Professional society boards job boards

75%

Indeed.com Indeed.com

72%

Craigslist Craigslist.org

69%

NPS.net NPO.net

68%

University/college career University/college center career database center

67%

CareerBuilder.com CareerBuilder.com

65%

for those who have budgets.

Mid-level nonprofit professionals tend to stay within the sector, moving from organization to organization.

48%

LinkedIn continues to be the most popular social media recruitment. Most are using social media, but are operating without strategy. 89% indicated not having a social media recruitment strategy.

Nonprofit Use of Social Media Outlets for Recruitment Advertising

LinkedIn

Methods Used for Accepting Candidate Applications and Work Histories

Facebook Twitter

60%

42%