America’s nonprofit leaders face far different challenges today than they did when Covid-19 struck. As the labor market tightens and national companies raise minimum pay, and even offer to pay for college, competition for workers is intensifying. Leaders are now facing a challenge that was unthinkable in the early days of Covid-19: Will organizations be able to find and keep the workers they need as the health crisis rolls on?
In this collection, the Chronicle examines the steps nonprofit leaders can take now to best position their organizations to thrive while the pandemic lingers — and after it finally ends
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