The NonProfit Times 2009 NonProfit Organizations Compensation and Benefits Report

June 25, 2009

The nation’s most comprehensive salary and benefits report on the market for the nonprofit sector, from industry leader The NonProfit Times in collaboration with Bluewater Nonprofit Solutions

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J., June 25 /PRNewswire/ — An impending “Leadership Deficit” in the nonprofit industry projects the need for 640,000 new nonprofit leaders by 2016, according to The Bridgespan Group. To meet this challenge, organizations must invest in their leadership capacity, refine management rewards to attract and retain top talent, and expand their recruitment efforts competitively. Just published, THE NONPROFIT TIMES 2009 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS REPORT provides exactly the information required by nonprofit organizations to meet the challenge successfully.

Covering an unprecedented total of 94 benefit offerings, 30 job families and 241 salaried positions, the report is the most comprehensive salary and benefits study ever published for the nonprofit sector. Unlike other nonprofit compensation references, it includes cost and other key performance metrics with percentile rankings that can be used to benchmark salary and benefit practices. Information is presented by multiple views to allow for quick and easy comparisons against relevant peer organizations by geographic location, operating budget, number of employees, and organization focus.

Using the THE NONPROFIT TIMES 2009 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS REPORT, readers can: find comparable compensation data to satisfy the new IRS form 990 documentation requirements for an organization’s top executives, benchmark their organization’s salary and benefits against similar nonprofit organizations and find total cash compensation data including bonus/incentive pay on more than 241 jobs from entry level to the executive office.

In this one source, key nonprofit decision makers can find all the information they need to control salaries and benefit costs, validate (and justify) competitive position-level compensation expenses, attract the right staff, retain the best staff, comply with regulatory agencies and maintain a positive public image in terms of salary and benefit expenses.

Published by industry leader The NonProfit Times in partnership with Bluewater Nonprofit Solutions, THE NONPROFIT TIMES 2009 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS REPORT includes comprehesive data for following categories: Colleges/universities, Arts, Culture, Environment, Animal Welfare, Diseases and Disorders, Medical Treatment and Research, Housing, Disaster Relief, Youth, Human Services, International, Civil Rights, Religious, Grantmaking, Membership, Science, and Food Banks.

THE NONPROFIT TIMES 2009 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS REPORT is available online on an annual subscription basis, with quarterly updates.


The NonProfit Times is published by the NPT Publishing Group, the leading information provider for the nonprofit sector since 1987, providing news, in-depth features, how-to articles and special reports on the latest trends and technology in the nonprofit world (http:/www.nptimes.com).


Bluewater Nonprofit Solutions is a nationwide leader in providing surveys, management consulting and credit card processing to nonprofit organizations. Bluewater provides customized compensation, constituent engagement and customer satisfaction surveys. Bluewater’s management consulting services help nonprofit executives grow revenue, reduce costs and manage organizational performance to improve mission delivery (www.bwnps.com).

THE NONPROFIT TIMES 2009 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS SURVEY, published by The NonProfit Times, June 16, 2009, is available as an annual online subscription with quarterly updates. For pricing details and to order, please refer to www.nptimes.com/bluewater/ or call 973-401-0202 x 202.

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SOURCE The NonProfit Times

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