By Charmaine Hammond guest blogger for FuseSocial Many social profit organizations do not have a designated HR professional on staff, usually due to the size of the organization (too small to warrant a designated HR department), and mostly because of funding not being available for this position. This then leaves all of the Human Resources responsibilities (recruitment, retention, employee/emplo

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Since 1997, the ,Boland Survey has become an indispensable source of information for salary and human resource planning, valued by boards, management and funders alike. It is very important to ensure social profits complete this survey, by September 1.
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