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Competing for Top Talent: Strategies to acquire and retain mission-critical employees

A day-long summit presented by the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, Work for Good, and the brand-new Mission:Money, sponsored by the SunTrust Foundation.

If passion fuels the sector, then people are our engine.

In this time of low unemployment, the competition for talent – and the costs to replace them –  are severe. To sustain our organizations and mission impact, nonprofits should look after our human capital as carefully as our financial assets. That’s why GCN and Work for Good have joined with our newest partner, Mission:Money, to create this HR strategy session for nonprofit employers, the first in a series.

Join us and your Georgia nonprofit peers for Competing for Top Talent, where we will present strategies, tools, research, and guidance to help you compete for and retain employees. There, you will:

  • Find out What the Nonprofit Workforce Wants in a presentation of current nonprofit employment trends, and a discussion of actionable employer strategies
  • Learn to create cost-effective benefit portfolios with the features employees want.
  • Gain insight into contemporary employer retention strategies from some of Georgia’s best HR leaders
  • Get an introduction to our new, free employee relations tool, Mission:Money, a financial-wellness resource to help improve employees’ fiscal state, mental health, and job satisfaction
  • Learn cost containment and coverage strategies for healthcare from leading healthcare powerhouse Marsh & McLennan Agency
  • Boost the value of your retirement plan via strategies that improve employee engagement, loyalty, and financial wellness, presented by Mutual of America
  • Learn benefit strategies even small nonprofits can implement to increase competitiveness and improve employee affordability, and
  • Get a sneak peek at Work for Good’s new Nonprofit Benefits Benchmark study.

Coming in February 2018

Georgia Power Headquarters
241 Ralph Mcgill Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30308

GCN members $25
Nonmembers $100
*We reserve the ability to restrict attendance to one person per organization should demand exceed capacity; nonprofit staff get first priority.

Who should attend:
Executive directors/CEOs, nonprofit HR professionals, and board members

Webinar: Supporting your team with a workplace financial wellness program

Attend this complimentary webinar event to find out how you can create a high-value, low-cost program that provides resources and initiatives to help your employees improve financial competency, confidence, and well-being, by leveraging the free resources of the Mission:Money initiative. The result is lower stress, higher productivity, a decrease in turnover and absenteeism, and an increase in engagement – all of which leads, ultimately, to increased organizational impact.

Thursday, November 1, 2018
2:30 – 3pm



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