Managing & Supporting a Changing Labor Market<br />10:00am – 11:15am<br />Facilitator: Jim Denova, Claude Worthington Bene...
Share your thoughts!<br />Text “Summit” to 57682 with your <br />feedback and thoughts on today’s <br />event!<br />Share ...
Pittsburgh Nonprofit Summit <br />Managing and Supporting a Changing Labor Market<br />Stefani Pashman <br />Three Rivers ...
What Does the Regional Economy Look Like? <br />Service jobs drive the regional economy. <br />Similar to national trends,...
What Does the Regional Economy Look Like? <br />The region gained almost 70,000 new jobs between 2005 and 2010;  80% of th...
What Skills are Required in the Regional Economy? <br />Technical and Hands-on Skills <br />Soft Skills – Communication, T...
What Skills are Required in the Regional Economy? <br />Nonprofit Sector <br />Jobs by Education Required<br />All Sectors...
Complex Skill-sets
Strong managerial & leadership capabilities
Communication & collaboration
Technical and Clerical skills
Flexibility and Adaptability </li></li></ul><li>What Do the Current Employment Dynamics Look Like? <br />SUPPLY <br /><ul>...
Job Growth
 95,000 Unemployed
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As the nonprofit sector prepares for significant leadership transition, as the next generation is looking for a different work experience, and as the average tenure of employees continues to decrease, what will be the impact on nonprofits as they prepare for the changing labor market? Here, Stefani Pashman from the Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board shares a look at the Pittsburgh nonprofit labor market.

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Pittsburgh Nonprofit Summit - Managing and Supporting a Changing Labor Market

  1. 1. Managing & Supporting a Changing Labor Market<br />10:00am – 11:15am<br />Facilitator: Jim Denova, Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation<br />Speakers: Jan Masaoka, Blue Avocado / Carolyn Maue, The Maue Center / Stefani Pashman, Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board <br />
  2. 2. Share your thoughts!<br />Text “Summit” to 57682 with your <br />feedback and thoughts on today’s <br />event!<br />Share your thoughts on Twitter <br />by adding #GPNPSummit to your <br />tweets!<br />
  3. 3. Pittsburgh Nonprofit Summit <br />Managing and Supporting a Changing Labor Market<br />Stefani Pashman <br />Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board <br />5/10/2011<br />3<br />
  4. 4. What Does the Regional Economy Look Like? <br />Service jobs drive the regional economy. <br />Similar to national trends, manufacturing no longer dominates the labor market.<br />The Nonprofit sector is a significant employment base in the region. <br />4<br />Service Providing Jobs <br />(2/3 of local jobs)<br />Goods Producing Jobs <br />(1/3 of local jobs) <br />
  5. 5. What Does the Regional Economy Look Like? <br />The region gained almost 70,000 new jobs between 2005 and 2010; 80% of those were in these top 5 clusters <br />The region lost over 32,000 existing jobs between 2005 and 2010; 90% of those were in these top 5 clusters.<br />5/10/2011<br />5<br />
  6. 6. What Skills are Required in the Regional Economy? <br />Technical and Hands-on Skills <br />Soft Skills – Communication, Team-work, Problem-solving, etc. <br />
  7. 7. What Skills are Required in the Regional Economy? <br />Nonprofit Sector <br />Jobs by Education Required<br />All Sectors <br /><ul><li>Higher Education
  8. 8. Complex Skill-sets
  9. 9. Strong managerial & leadership capabilities
  10. 10. Communication & collaboration
  11. 11. Technical and Clerical skills
  12. 12. Flexibility and Adaptability </li></li></ul><li>What Do the Current Employment Dynamics Look Like? <br />SUPPLY <br /><ul><li> Decreasing Unemployment -7%
  13. 13. Job Growth
  14. 14. 95,000 Unemployed
  15. 15. 35,000 UC Exhaustees by July </li></ul>DEMAND<br /><ul><li> 40,000 online postings
  16. 16. 35,000 New Hires in 1Q 2011
  17. 17. Limited options (Retail, IT, Healthcare)
  18. 18. Skill mismatch </li></ul>5/10/2011<br />8<br />
  19. 19. Are the Employment Dynamics Different in the Nonprofit Sector? <br />The Nonprofit Sector has an OLDER workforce than the overall regional labor market: 70% of the sector’s workers are over 35 while in the overall market only 67% of workers are over 35. <br />The biggest gap is in the 55-64 cohort: the NS share is 3% higher than average. <br />9<br />5/10/2011<br />
  20. 20. Are the Employment Dynamics Different in the Nonprofit Sector? <br />Younger workers in the Nonprofit Sector are less stable than their counterparts in other industries.<br />The 25-34 cohort, on the other hand, churns less often in the Nonprofit Sector than in other industries. <br />10<br />5/10/2011<br />
  21. 21. Are the Employment Dynamics Different in the Nonprofit Sector? <br />The Nonprofit Sector was less affected by the economic downturn and managed (in the overall context) not to lose jobs for any of the younger age cohorts. <br />The job loss in the two oldest cohorts was less severe than in other sectors. <br />11<br />5/10/2011<br />
  22. 22. What this means for Human Capital Management in NS<br /><ul><li> Aging is REAL
  23. 23. Turnover COSTS money and DECREASES productivity
  24. 24. The issue of skill mismatch and lack of soft skills is very relevant to the Nonprofit Sector </li></ul>5/10/2011<br />12<br /><ul><li>The Nonprofit Sector is growing
  25. 25. Nonprofit Sector (Service Industry) offers opportunities for talent with diverse background
  26. 26. Nonprofit Sector can attract and utilize talent from other service industry sectors </li></ul>Strategic Workforce Planning and Innovative Talent Management is IMPORTANT <br />
  27. 27. Thank you from the Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership!<br />
  28. 28. Workshop Evaluation<br />Text “Labor” to 57682 with your answers to the following questions:<br />Please rate the overall value of this workshop<br /> E – Excellent G – Good P – Poor F – Fair <br />Did you learn anything that you will apply at your own organization?<br /> Y – Yes N - No<br />Please text other comments and feedback.<br />Submit by hitting “send!” You will receive an auto-reply from the GPNP.<br />Sample text: “Labor E Y This is helping me think through our succession plan!”<br />

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