SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Unemployment Services Trust (UST), a leader in helping nonprofits reduce unemployment costs, today released its latest publication: "6 Reasons Your Nonprofit Employees QUIT", which divulges the leading ways nonprofits can mitigate employee dissatisfaction and retain top-performing employees.
Taking its findings from UST's 2015 Nonprofit Employee Engagement and Retention Report—which surveyed 1,300 nonprofit employers and their employees—in conjunction with the latest employment trends, this whitepaper offers invaluable insight on how to stay (or become) a more competitive employer in the nonprofit sector. Despite employment increases, UST reveals nonprofits still face a 17% average turnover rate.
"After an employee leaves, the employer must initiate an arduous recruitment and training process, which often leads to significant productivity loss and increased overhead," explains Donna Groh, Executive Director. "This whitepaper aims to help organizations avoid unwanted turnover by educating nonprofit employers on what truly drives employee satisfaction."
Now available for free download, this whitepaper also identifies:
- Key factors contributing to job satisfaction
- New statistics from the nonprofit sector
- Steps organizations can take to retain employees
For more information and resources that help nonprofits reduce unemployment costs and ensure HR compliance, visit www.ChooseUST.org or contact UST at 1-888-249-4788.
Founded by nonprofits for nonprofits, Unemployment Services Trust (UST) provides 501(c)(3) organizations with a cost-effective alternative to paying state unemployment taxes. UST participants save millions annually through claims management and audits, hearing representation, outplacement services, and HR support. Join more than 2,100 nonprofits nationwide and request a Savings Evaluation at www.ChooseUST.org.
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SOURCE Unemployment Services Trust (UST)