Friday, May 7, 2010

Nonprofit Human Resources Management Symposium - San Diego

I hope that you'll attend the Nonprofit Human Resources Management Symposium - San Diego. I organized this symposium through my work at the Caster Family Center for Nonprofit and Philanthropic Research.

Date: June 16, 2010
Time: 1-5pm
Place: University of San Diego’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences
Cost: $50 - Click Here to Register

This symposium will be framed around results from the 2010 Nonprofit Employment Trends Survey conducted jointly by the Caster Family Center for Nonprofit and Philanthropic Research and Nonprofit HR Solutions. This national survey of nonprofit employment practices provides insight from over 500 nonprofit organizations and is representative of nonprofit organizations across the sector by size, subsector, and location.

Key findings from the survey include data about:
  • Staff Size and Projected Growth for 2010-2011
  • Recruitment Strategies and Budgeting
  • Key Staffing Challenges
  • Staffing Resource Management

Following a panel discussion, attendees will be given the opportunity to attend smaller seminars conducted by nonprofit HR experts from San Diego and across the country and themed around the following issues.

Recruiting and Maintaining a Diverse Workforce (Lisa Morton, CEO, Nonprofit HR Solutions)

Pay for Performance (Joe Brown, Principal, Slope Resources)

Employee Recruitment Best Practices: Face-to-Face and Through Social Media (Laura Gassner Otting, CEO, Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group & Emily Davis, President, EDA Consulting, Founder and Board Chair, YNPN San Diego)

Essential Employment Law Practices For Non-profit Organizations: How To Avoid Getting Sued (Christopher Olmsted, Partner, Barker, Olmsted, and Barnier)

Risk Management Basics (Ann Shankin, Director of Loss Control, Nonprofits' Insurance Alliance of California)

The Role of HR in your Organization and How it Impacts Employee Retention (Karen Kramer Horning, Principal Consultant, NextLevel HR)

Work with Me: Working Together Across Generations (Sherri Petro, President, VPI Strategies)

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