Nonprofit Pay: Low Wages Beget High Turnover

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Nearly one-fifth of the privately employed workforce in New York is paid by nonprofit organizations, many of which are carrying out vital human services for the state and city governments.

But the quality of that sector is stifled by low wages, according to two executives for The Children’s Village, a large provider of child welfare and juvenile justice services in New York City.

From “The Systematic Starvation of Those Who Do Good,” an article by CEO Jeremy Kohomban and Vice President David Collins that was recently published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review:…

For the full article visit Nonprofit Pay: Low Wages Beget High Turnover, which was originally published @ The Chronicle of Social Change and has been syndicated with permission.

By John Kelly

Written By Chronicle Of Social Change

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