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Trends in Not-For-Profit Pay, Engagement and Wellbeing

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Date: 24 May 2018 at 02:00 pm Presenters Name: Andrew Beveridge Run Time: 60 Minutes Location: Online Live Tickets: Free (in AUD) Materials Price: $10.00 (in AUD)

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Post Webinar Pack: click here to download Post Webinar Pack including the audio and visual recordings, and slide deck. For $10, purchase the webinar book. The webinar book is a tool designed to ensure your learnings last. It includes the session’s transcript with corresponding slides and the live chat stream (so you’re across peer discussion). If you’re wanting to brush up on what you’ve learned or if you missed the live session, the post webinar tool kit ensures you’re always across the session’s learnings.

 

Trends in not-for-profit pay, engagement and wellbeing – benchmarking pay, driving performance and increasing wellbeing in demanding jobs

This 60-minute webinar will highlight trends in not-for-profit pay, engagement and wellbeing based on the 2018 Pro Bono Salary Survey.

With wage growth at record lows and tight funding, we’re often asking our people to do more with less. This session will outline some key principles for pay benchmarking, while also highlighting how we can engage staff and reduce turnover, even in the most demanding jobs.

Directed at senior managers of not-for-profit organisations, this webinar will leave you with a comprehensive understanding of:

  • how to use the salary survey for report benchmarking
  • challenges specific to not-for-profit organisations
  • five ways to increase engagement while reducing negative work-related stress

 

Special thanks to the presenter of this webinar, Andrew Beveridge of Beveridge Consulting.


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Andrew Beveridge

Andrew Beveridge

Andrew is a Psychologist and Facilitator specialising in leadership and employee engagement. He has been consulting in remuneration with non-profit organisations for over 15 years. Andrew has held senior leadership roles with Hay Group and Aon Hewitt. He is co-author of Pro Bono Australia’s Not for Profit Sector Salary Survey, and holds a Master of Organisational Psychology.
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