Webinar: 6 Tips for Retaining Nonprofit Talent

Webinar: 6 Tips for Retaining Nonprofit Talent2017-06-10T17:48:06-04:00

This presentation will be recorded for future viewing.


When: Thursday, December 4th, 2014 – 1pm-2pm Eastern

Finding the right talent is a challenge for nonprofits both big and small. But once you have the right people on board, how do you keep them engaged and in place? Join us for this free webinar and learn about some practical tips and tools, plus we’ll share resources that can help decrease your liability and enable your nonprofit to stay focused on your mission, instead of getting distracted by important HR considerations.

Learning objectives:

  • How to craft a compelling benefits package to recruit & retain top talent
  • How to build a great organizational culture & ensure work/life balance
  • What the Affordable Care Act means to you
  • Maximizing performance reviews & useful compensation strategies & resources
  • Ensuring compliance & tips for risk management

Time will be given for a lively Q&A session.

About the presenters:

Ritu Sharma, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Social Media for Nonprofits

Ritu Sharma is the CEO and Co-Founder of Social Media for Nonprofits, an organization committed to bringing social media education to nonprofits worldwide. She convenes thought-leaders and leading practitioners in the social media space in the unique TED meet Twitter style conferences in 14 cities in three countries. She speaks frequently around the world on a variety of topics in the nonprofit and social media spheres with a passion for effecting social change through social technologies. She writes a blog at the Huffington Post on the intersection of social media, social change and leadership. She frequently contributes to various media outlets on matters pertaining to social media and has received several accolades for her work including the Social Innovation Award from the World CSR Congress.

Jacqueline Breslin, Director, Human Capital Services, TriNet

Jackie joined TriNet in 2001 and previously held the roles of Sr. Human Capital Consultant, Director, and Human Capital Consulting. She has assisted hundreds of clients during her tenure and leads a team of Sr. Employee Relations Consultants that focus on human resources compliance, work place investigations and challenging employee relations issues. She has experience implementing and managing HR programs including policy development, performance management, compensation, recruitment and retention, learning and development, coaching and M&A activity.