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Sunny days are here again: How to keep your staff engaged during the summer months

In a recent article posted on the Charity Village website, Nancy Ingram from Foot in the Door Consulting was part of a panel interviewed on how to inspire and encourage employees to remain productive and engaged during the hot summer months. … Continue reading

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Can a lack of specialization hurt your career?

I have been (thankfully) gainfully employed in international human rights work for the past ten years. The organization I have worked for is closing down over the next year and I am finding it challenging to think about where to … Continue reading

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I accepted a job offer and shortly afterwards found out I’m pregnant

I accepted a job offer recently. Shortly afterwards, I found out I am pregnant. Do I need to tell them now or can I wait for my first trimester to be complete? First of all, congratulations are in order! From … Continue reading

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Dealing with being laid off

I have been with my organization for over seven years and have recently been told that I am being laid off. The organization has been going through a series of massive transitions – including multiple rounds of lay-offs for over … Continue reading

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5 sure-fire ways to improve your nonprofit job search

Looking for work can be a stressful process. Many people can feel overwhelmed at the beginning of their journey, plagued by uncertainties such as ‘how do I start?’ or ‘where do I look?’. You can alleviate some of this anxiety … Continue reading

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