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Signs Your Not-For-Profit Needs an Executive Compensation Study
Posted by Hal Wallach on Tue, Mar 26, 2019 @ 07:53 AM

When it comes to what not-for-profit organizations should pay their top executives, the “instructions” are not always clear or obvious. The directive is that compensation should be “reasonable”, but reasonable may mean different things depending on who you ask. Your board could have an idea for a figure that is convenient for the budget, but would not attract the quality candidate that your organization needs to further its reach. On the other end of the spectrum, your compensation package may be outsized for the type of organization you operate, which risks drawing the ire of regulators and the community you serve.

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Topics: not-for-profit, NFP, executive compensation, compensation risks, retain talent, Hal Wallach, not-for-profit salaries

The Time Has Come to Evaluate Your  Not-For-Profit's Executive Compensation
Posted by Hal Wallach on Mon, Mar 19, 2018 @ 02:55 PM

Executive compensation can be a consistent point of contention for many not-for-profit organizations. Many find themselves trying hard to strike a balance between:

  • Paying compensation that can attract and retain the level of talent needed to help the organization fulfill its mission and purpose, and
  • Complying with IRS rules related to paying compensation that is “reasonable”
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Topics: not-for-profit, NFP, executive compensation, retain talent, recruitment, Hal Wallach, not-for-profit salaries

Secure Your Not-For-Profit Leadership Pipeline
Posted by Hal Wallach on Mon, Nov 28, 2016 @ 03:03 PM

Unexpected leadership vacancies affect every industry, but with not-for-profits they can be particularly burdensome because they may highlight an organization’s budgetary restrictions, weaknesses in its compensation strategy and larger questions about its retention ability.

Recently we helped a client with a situation that illustrates how important it is to be confident in your leadership pipeline. A fast-growing healthcare-related not-for-profit lost its long-time chief executive officer (CEO) to an unexpected early retirement. No successor had been identified, and the not-for-profit turned to an outside search.

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Topics: not-for-profit, NFP, Angie Salmon, retain talent, leadership, recruitment, Hal Wallach

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