Because this topic is so essential to retaining staff in a hot job market — and to advancing diversity and equity goals — we're offering a special rate of $49 so professionals at nonprofits of all types and sizes can participate.
Research shows that female fundraisers still earn 10 to 15 percent less than their white male peers for similar work. The pay gap for women of color is closer to 40 percent.
Yet ensuring fair pay is vital to attract top talent in today’s hot job market. Plus, fair and transparent compensation fosters positive morale and helps create an inclusive culture that can reduce turnover.
How can leaders establish policies and procedures that ensure fair and equal pay regardless of race, gender, or ethnicity for fundraisers — or any nonprofit professionals — who do similar work?
Join us to learn how to identify pay disparities, take steps to correct them, and ensure a fair approach to hiring and compensation for the long term. Plus, we’ll explain how to convince leaders to prioritize and invest in this work.
You’ll learn directly from a leading pay-equity expert and policy advocate who will share her expertise along with an HR chief whose organization overhauled its compensation practices.
What will you learn?
- Why and how to publish salary ranges
- How one group created a “job architecture” to ensure equitable pay and professional growth for employees
- Policies and practices to put in place to ensure equal compensation for equal work
The Chronicle strives to provide accessible and inclusive virtual events. This session includes live captioning and ASL interpretation. Please send requests for other accommodations to email@example.com or call 202-466-1032.
Equal Pay Negotiations
Director of Human Resources
Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund
This webinar is worth 1.25 CFRE credits.