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Both surveys are now closed. Thank you for participating! We look forward to sharing our findings at the end of 2021 and launching our full report in January 2022.


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VISION FOR IMPACT

Center for Nonprofit Management and Envision Consulting have teamed up to redesign the biennial Compensation & Benefits Report and take things to the next level. Through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion, the 2021 Equitable Nonprofit Workplace Report for Southern California (ENWR) will serve as the premier guide for innovating benefits and workplace practices that attract, retain and invest in the people who fuel social impact.

With two surveys, we will gain a clear view of recent employment practices and the nonprofit employee experience. We envision this report to be a catalyst in changing the way funders and partners value equitable employee compensation. Your support and participation is critical. 

 


HOW YOU CAN HELP

Become an Ambassador

Become an Ambassador

Share the survey! Help us spread the word on social media. Click the button above for our toolkit.

Become a Sponsor

Become a Sponsor

Become a premier sponsor and support data collection, analysis and outreach! Click above to learn more.

FAQs

FAQs

Learn more about the survey process and the Equitable Nonprofit Workplace Report! Click above for our frequently asked questions.

Order the Report

Order the Report

Access the data you need to secure talent and take action toward workplace equity. Purchase the full report for $450 or complete the Organization Survey to qualify for the discounted report price of $175. Watch this space to for a link to pre-order your report coming soon!


THANK YOU, AMBASSADORS!

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