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- Escalating Pension Benefit Costs - Another Threat to Nonprofit Survival? (2009)
Listening Post Communiqué #16 | Lester M. Salamon, Stephanie L. Geller, and Kasey L. Mengel. Explores the prevalence of pension and other retirement benefits at nonprofit organizations, the types of pressures nonprofit executives are experiencing relating to retirement benefit programs and how they are responding, and whether spiraling pension costs are putting nonprofits across the country at risk of shutting down.
- Health Care and Nonprofits: The Hidden Dimension of America’s Health Care Crisis (2009)
Listening Post Communiqué #15 | Lester M. Salamon, Stephanie L. Geller, and Kasey L. Spence. Analyzes the impact of the continuing escalation of health insurance costs on nonprofit organizations and those they employ.
- The Health Benefits Squeeze: Implications for Delaware Nonprofit Organizations and Those They Serve (2006)
Lester M. Salamon and Stephanie L. Geller. Describes the consequences of the significant increases in health benefit costs for Delaware’s nonprofit organizations, noting that they are experiencing higher than average health benefit cost increases and finding it necessary to shift a disproportionate share of the resulting burden to their employees in order to reduce the impact on the populations they serve.
- The Health Benefits Squeeze: Implications for Nonprofit Organizations and Those They Serve (2004)
Listening Post Communiqué #3 | Lester M. Salamon and Richard O’Sullivan. Describes the higher than average health benefit cost increases for nonprofits and how they are finding it necessary to shift a disproportionate share of the resulting burden to their already less well paid employees in order to reduce the impacts on the populations they serve.
- The Nonprofit Workforce Crisis: Real or Imagined? (2007)
Listening Post Communiqué #8 | Lester M. Salamon and Stephanie L. Geller. Investigates whether nonprofit organizations are really facing a crisis in attracting and retaining employees in light of rapidly growing nonprofit employment, whether recruitment and retention problems are concentrated in particular fields or in particular positions, and whether nonprofit managers are finding ways to surmount the very real workforce challenges they are facing.
- [News Release] Escalating Pension Costs Hurting Nonprofits (2009)
News release | 5 November 2009. Announces the release of the Listening Post Project's report "Escalating Pension Benefit Costs—Another Threat to Nonprofit Survival?" and provides some summary findings.
- [News Release] Johns Hopkins Survey Reveals Hidden Dimension of Health Care Crisis: Escalating health care costs have become issue no. 1 for many nonprofits (2009)
News release | 2 September 2009. Announces the release of the Listening Post Project's report " Health Care and Nonprofits: The Hidden Dimension of America's Health Care Crisis" and provides some summary findings.
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