A question in a Nonprofit Talent Retention Practices survey asks, "What are the primary reasons for voluntary turnover at your organization?"
51 percent of survey takers chose this answer, "Lack of opportunity for upward mobility/career growth," as their number one reason for leaving a role.
Voluntary North American-based nonprofit turnover data were made available for the first time during a recent Nonprofit HR webinar. Benefits (48 percent), dissatisfaction with current organizational culture (26 percent), and family issues (25 percent) ranked as other top reasons for voluntary employee departures.
Nonprofits should be taking advantage of, the "stay interview," where practicing effective talent retention can reduce "dissatisfaction, disengagement, and ultimately departure." Read the Entire Article
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Co-founders William Mann and David Mravyan devised the Sensimat during a mandatory project for their MBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada. Sensimat is a device that helps manage and assess pressure among wheelchair users.