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2015 Nonprofit Compensation & Benefits Report Overview

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Overview of the 2015 Central Florida Nonprofit Compensation and Benefits Report sponsored by SunTrust. Download the full report at http://bit.ly/1dlVbLM.

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2015 Nonprofit Compensation & Benefits Report Overview

  1. 1. 2015 Central Florida Nonprofit Compensation & Benefits Survey Sponsored by
  2. 2. “A good leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader; a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves.” - Eleanor Roosevelt
  3. 3. THANK YOU to all of the participating nonprofit organizations!!
  4. 4. The survey was commissioned by the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership at Rollins College, but was conducted by Nonprofit Compensation Associates, based in California. A pdf version of this PowerPoint presentation will be available at www.rollins.edu/ebi. 2015 Cent r al Fl or i da Nonpr of i t Compensat i on & Benef i t s Sur vey
  5. 5. Participants Nonprofit organizations with at least one paid employee in 7 Cent ral Fl ori da counties: •Brevard •Lake •Orange •Osceola •Polk •Seminole •Volusia *The study excluded: churches, schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, and foundations
  6. 6. Participants •145 eligible nonprofit organizations that employ more than 14,000 people •Enough data was received to compile information on nearl y 8, 000 individual salaries •Data was received on 222 different job titles with enough comparative data to report on 143 titles
  7. 7. Budgets
  8. 8. Nonprofit Employees
  9. 9. Benefits Paid Time Off •51%provide full-time employees with specific, separate numbers of paid days off for vacation, holiday and sick leave •45%have a PTO program – a set number of days off to be taken for any purpose •52%offer paid time off for part-timers •Of those, >50%require an average minimum work schedule of 25 hours
  10. 10. Benefits Health Insurance •86%offer some type of health insurance to full-time employees •14%offer no health benefits •42%of those that have part-time employees offer them health insurance - an average of 28 hours/week are required to qualify
  11. 11. Benefits Retirement •62%provide retirement benefits for full-time employees •Most offer a 401(k) or 403(b) plan •79%offer a plan with both employer and employee contribution •16%offer a plan with no employer contribution •89% offer some percentage of each employee’s annual salary Range: 2-20%; Average: 5.23%
  12. 12. Key Positions Gender, Et hni ci t y, and Sal ary for: •Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director •Chief Operating Officer/Associate Director •Chief Financial Officer •Chief Development Officer
  13. 13. CEO/ED
  14. 14. CEO/ED Compensation
  15. 15. COO/Associate Director
  16. 16. COO/Associate Director Compensation
  17. 17. CFO
  18. 18. CFO Compensation
  19. 19. Chief Development Officer
  20. 20. Chief Development Officer Compensation
  21. 21. Survey Comparison 2015 to 2013 2015 2013 # of participants: 145 161 # of positions included: 143 137 # of job titles: 8,000 <10,000 Median budget: $1,297,925 $1,480,400 104 or gani zat i ons ( 72%) par t i ci pat ed i n bot h st udi es
  22. 22. Survey Comparison 2015 to 2013 2015 2013 % of total FT employees: 66% 73% % of turnover FT employees: 17% 15% % of total PT employees: 34% 27% % of turnover PT employees: 20% 30%
  23. 23. Survey Comparison 2015 to 2013 Benefits 2015 2013 NPO’s providing health insurance for employees 86% 88% Average cost per employee per month: $540 $495 NPO’s offering dental insurance NPO’s offering vision insurance 69% 62% 71% 59%
  24. 24. Survey Comparison 2015 to 2013 Average Salary 2015 2013 % chg (ann.) CEO/ED $103,839 $99,868 +2.0% COO/Assoc. Director $108,087 $97,650 +5.2% CFO $103,684 $97,628 +3.1% Development Director $83,621 $82,457 +.7%
  25. 25. Improvements Needed in our Local Sector •Male/Female salary parity •Racial/Ethnic diversity in leadership •Strategies to stabilize the turnover of employees •NPO’s need to offer retirement benefits for employees •NPO’s need to pay a living wage to all employees
  26. 26. Please honor the Edyth Bush Institute copyright on this report. We appreciate acknowledgement of the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership as you use and share this report.
  27. 27. THANK YOU for your participation … we’ll be counting on you again in 2017! Special thanks to:
  28. 28. 2015 Central Florida Nonprofit Compensation & Benefits Survey Sponsored by Download the report for free at http://bit.ly/1dlVbLM.

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