Latest Trends in Nonprofit Compensation: HOW TO ATTRACT THE BRIGHTEST PEOPLE

Rocco, James E.
May 1992
Nonprofit World;May/Jun92, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p20
Discusses trends in nonprofit compensation in the United States. Use of executive compensation elements; Impact of compensation elements on overall objectives; Steps to create the best possible executive compensation package for the organization; Focus on the design of a compensation strategy which considers overall organizational goals and objectives; Improvement in performance management systems for executives.


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