Better Compensation For Nonprofit Top Brass

When it comes to executive compensation, nonprofit organizations face problems not encountered by for-profit employers. Providing benefits can be daunting, and compensation packages often lack stock options as well as other equity enticements. An April 2002 survey by the National Center for Charitable Statistics found that only 38 percent of top executives at nonprofits received payments to employee

When it comes to executive compensation, nonprofit organizations face problems not encountered by for-profit employers. Providing benefits can be daunting, and compensation packages often lack stock options as well as other equity enticements. An April 2002 survey by the National Center for Charitable Statistics found that only 38 percent of top executives at nonprofits received payments to employee benefit plans and deferred compensation.1 The amount of contributions ranged from a median of

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