COMP NEWS – Candid has recently released a report that analyzes compensation data amongst nonprofit organizations from 2021. The report serves as a resource for other organizations to benchmark their own compensation levels and evaluate their compensation practices.
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Candid claims that their nonprofit compensation report is the most comprehensive compensation report available, as it includes data points from a variety of leadership positions across a range of companies and geographies. Their analysis consisted of:
- 160,726 observations from 101,489 nonprofits*
- Compensation data on 14 top leadership positions, including CEO, CFO, and more
- An executive summary showing compensation trends and insights at a glance
- Compensation breakdowns by the national, state, and 274 metropolitan statistical areas
- Compensation analysis on 501(c)(3) organizations and other subsections by budget size, cause area, and gender
- In-depth incumbent compensation analysis
Candid is currently selling access to their ‘2021 Nonprofit Compensation Report’ at a price of $399 for a single user and $999 for organizational use. While this report would likely provide insight to the human resource department and leadership of nonprofit organizations, Candid proposes that the use-cases of this report scope beyond only decision-makers within these organizations to consultants, grantmakers, and researchers.
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