This webinar will present the findings of a research survey conducted jointly by XpertHR and Nonprofit HR which looks at the shape, size and activities of the human resources function with non-profit organizations operating throughout the US and Canada.
View now to join and Nonprofit HR's Lisa Morton and XpertHR's Mark Crail as they discuss the findings of the survey conducted in April 2014, including data on HR budgets, staffing and structures.
View now to discover the survey's findings on the key metrics on spend per employee and ratios of HR professionals to organizational employees and the division of responsibilities for key employment activities between HR professionals and supervisors. Plus Mark and Lisa will break down results to show significant differences by size of organization and by type of organization and explore the implications for where HR is and is headed in the future among nonprofits.
Lisa Brown Morton
Lisa Brown Morton, SPHR is the President and CEO of Nonprofit HR. Under Ms. Morton's direction, Nonprofit HR has served some of the most prominent organizations in the country, including Amnesty International, Independent Sector and NeighborWorks America.
With more than two decades of human resource management experience, she is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), a long-standing member of the Society for Human Resources Management, and serves on the board of directors of the DC Rape Crisis Center and the Prince Georges Cultural Arts Foundation.
In 2011, Ms. Morton was named a Washington Business Journal's Minority Business Leader Award honoree and in July of 2012, Washington SmartCEO Magazine recognized Lisa as a 2012 Brava! Award winner.
Mark Crail oversees the collection and publication of pay data through the Salary Surveys business and manages XpertHR UK's wider HR research program, which forms the core of XpertHR Benchmarking.
Mr. Crail has written on a wide range of employment issues, but has a particular interest in the organization and structure of the HR function itself.
His other interests include collective employment relations and the role of trade unions, and the rather broad topic of innovation: how organizations respond to change and either manage it or are reshaped by forces beyond their control.