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How social service nonprofits are getting employees to stick around - Chicago Business


dan-kotowski-ceo-childserv.jpgLisa Bertagnoli writes for Chicago Business about the problem nonprofit organizations are having with recruiting and retaining employees.

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"High turnover plagues nonprofits, most notably in the social services sector among employees who work directly with clients. Overall turnover has crept up to 19 percent from 16 percent over the past few years, according to the 2016 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey, compiled by Chicago-based consultancy Nonprofit HR and GuideStar, which provides information on nonprofits."

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