By Katherine Jacobs, Ph.D. It is common to hear nonprofit executives and human resources personnel refer to “diverse hires,” candidates with “diverse backgrounds,” and the like. The implication is that the person in question – because of his or her gender, race, ethnicity, age, experience, or some other factor – embodies diversity; she or […]Read the rest of this article.
By Marjorie Weingrow When candidates are offered a position they really want, they frequently don’t realize that they have quite a bit of bargaining power. Even in a tough job market, when the employer wants YOU, there is always something you can negotiate. Negotiations are a learned skill that needs to be […]Read the rest of this article.
By Alnierys Venegas Job seekers, please listen. Your attitude does affect your reality. Let me explain with two scenarios: Scenario #1 – A person is employed at a nonprofit organization as a social worker. Let’s call this person “A.” “A” has been employed with the organization for several years in the same role. […]Read the rest of this article.