ERI Compensation Data Cited by Commission Analyzing Nonprofit Executive Pay

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 28. December 2012 08:31

About two years ago, Senator Charles Grassley asked representatives of the nonprofit sector for input on key policy issues related to financial accountability.  At first, the focus was on religious groups, but it was later expanded to encompass the broader nonprofit sector. Over the past year, about 80 leaders were involved in the discussion. The final report, Enhancing Accountability for the Religious and Broader Nonprofit Sector, was issued in December 2012.

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Compensation Up for Private-College Presidents

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 10. December 2012 08:37

Received a call or letter from the alma mater asking for an end-of-year donation this holiday season?  A recent compensation survey by the Chronicle of Higher Education might prompt you to check where that donation may be applied as private-college presidents’ hefty compensation packages are on the rise.

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CEO Compensation at Charities – What Influences Pay?

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 16. November 2012 08:40

A recently released report on compensation for CEOs of charities authored by Charity Navigator confirms what ERI Economic Research Institute has found in its research over the past decades – what a CEO gets paid depends on the location, the size, and the mission of the organization.

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More Nonprofits Are Taking Over Health Functions for Cities

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 15. October 2012 08:43

As state and local governments struggle with budget gaps, there are an increasing number of agencies deciding to contract out services previously provided by public employees to the nonprofit sector. 

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The Outlook for Nonprofit Executive Pay Increases

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 28. September 2012 08:45

The Chronicle of Philanthropy's annual report of executive salaries for the largest U.S. charities reported that increases of 2.5% to 3.5% were expected for nonprofit top executives in 2012 and in 2013, although some might fare better.  Expected cuts in federal and state spending would also affect nonprofit budgets, as many receive a larger proportion of their budgets from government contracts and grants than from private donations or payments for services.

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