Can recent grads afford to work in the nonprofit sector? Increasingly the answer is “no.”
Not being cynical means that although you don’t know the exact outcome, you take action anyway and do the best you can.
One HR expert says it’s no one’s business how much you made and you shouldn’t have to disclose your salary history.
Many of us are driven by a passion to create change. But is that enough to make a difference and have a meaningful career?
Imagine if your organization never fired people, and instead viewed employees as family members, working to ensure that they are well supported, regardless of whether they stay or leave.
“Who would ever think a package of strawberries would be a luxurious treat that I could rarely afford? “
Alan Khazei, Co-founder of City Year and an advocate of national service says “yes.”
Unsafe working conditions, consistently late with pay, illegal activity…we each have various deal-breakers when it comes to what we’ll tolerate from employers based on our unique circumstances. What are your absolute deal-breakers?