Outlines key findings from focus groups with university students exploring their knowledge and awareness of jobs and careers in the nonprofit sector; their perceptions and expectations of job satisfaction in the nonprofit sector; and positive and negative factors that would influence a decision to work in the sector.
Boomer BridgingHR Council Research Tapping into the Talents of late career employees
Provides an overview of research findings, based upon a literature review and a survey of 5,300 public and private sector employees, to support recruitment efforts of baby boomers from the public and private sectors. The research findings will inform nonprofit networks and umbrella organizations to establish labour force development strategies that take into account late career and post-retirement workers from other sectors.
Boomer Boon HR Council Research Generating ideas about engaging baby boomers in the nonprofit sector
Presents findings from complementary research that explored the hypothesis that high skills baby boomers represent a potential supply of labour, both paid and unpaid, for the nonprofit sector. This project included convening a group of key informants with the goal of crafting and validating a set of recommendations for all parties with a stake in the development of a successful labour force strategy for the nonprofit sector.