Boomers may fill crucial management need in nonprofit sector

Silva, Chris
August 2007
Employee Benefit News;Aug2007, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p34
The article focuses on talent shortages in nonprofit organizations such as health care and social services. Nonprofit organizations are now working on rerouting and retaining a vibrant workforce among mature workers who are past retirement age. The Conference Board states that nonprofit organizations lack professional human resources (HR)/benefits functions and should invest in senior management development and in exploring new talent pools.


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