Salary & Benefit Survey 2016
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The 2017 Nonprofit Salary & Benefits Survey is Now Open 

The results of the Survey will help your organization attract and retain your best assets (your employees), understand HR trends, keep an eye on what the market is paying and how benefits may be changing, and better manage your human capital. 

The Survey Helps Answer Questions

HOW do I know what is fair to pay my employees?

WHO offers health insurance and what is the average employer/employee share?

WHERE do nonprofits get their sources of revenue?

WHEN are employees vested in their retirement plans?

HOW can I make sure our benefits package is competitive?

Organizations that complete the Survey by Sunday, April 30th will be eligible to purchase the final report at a 50% discount.

 

 

Looking for other resources? Check out our 2016 and 2015 surveys.

***Special offer: Purchase the 2016 report, and receive the 2015 Report at no additional cost!***

In a departure from previous surveys, the 2016 survey does not include salary and position information, but focuses instead on benefits and hiring trends, as well as responses to recent employment legislation.

 

   
 FULL PDF PRICING (2015 survey included)  2015 ED SUMMARY PRICING
 Non-member     $90
 Member     $70
 Non-member participant     $45
 Member participant     $35
 
Non-member     $50 
Member      $25 
 

2016 SURVEY DISCOUNTS

If your organization is on the list of participating organizations below, you should have received a promotional code in an email for a 50% discount.

If you have not received your promotional code, contact Dan at daniel@nonprofitam.org

If you are a member organization, you must be logged into one of your organization's accounts on the website to receive your member pricing

This year's report features useful information about...

  • Pay Practices
  • Basis for Pay Practices
  • Pay Increases by Position Type
  • Planned Benefit Changes
  • Benefits Changes by Type
  • Health Care Changes
  • Hiring Outlook for 2017
  • New Positions for 2017
  • 2017 Staffing Plans
  • Staff Turnover
  • Independent Contractors
  • FLSA Overtime Ruling
  • Minimum Wage
  • Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
2016 PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS
(other participants elected to not be listed)
 OMAHA METRO
Angels Among Us

Autism Action Partnership

Avenue Scholars Foundation

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands

Building Healthy Futures

Catholic Charities

Central High School Foundation

Centro Latino of IA

Child Saving Institute

Community Alliance

Community of Christ Caring Ministries

Completely KIDS

Down Syndrome Alliance of the Midlands

FAMILY, Inc.

Film Streams

Food Bank for the Heartland

Fremont Area Habitat for Humanity

GOALS Center

Habitat for Humanity Omaha

Health Center Association of Nebraska

Heart Ministry Center Inc.

Heartland Hope Mission

Hope Center for Kids

Jewish Federation of Omaha Foundation

Joslyn Art Museum

Kamie Preston Hereditary Cancer Foundation

Keep Omaha Beautiful

Kids Can Community Center

Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties

Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, Inc.

Make-A-Wish Nebraska

MasterSingers

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Network

Midwest Women and Children's Services

National Safety Council, Nebraska

Nebraska Boston Terrier Rescue

Nebraska Children's Home Society

Nebraska Kidney Association

Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition

Nebraska Writers Collective

Nelson Mandela Elementary

Nonprofit Association of the Midlands

Omaha Academy of Ballet

Omaha Children's Museum

Omaha Community Playhouse

Omaha Creative Institute

Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance

Omaha Home for Boys

Omaha Jitterbugs

Open Door Mission

Project Harmony

Rebuilding Together Omaha

RESPECT

Restoration Exchange Omaha

Santa Monica, Inc.

Siena/Francis House

Ted E. Bear Hollow

The Center

The Rose Theater

Together Inc

United Way of the Midlands

Women's Center for Advancement

Youth Emergency Services

 LINCOLN

ACLU of Nebraska

CASA for Lancaster County

CenterPointe

Child Advocacy Center

Community Action of Nebraska

Community Services Fund of NE

Cooper Foundation

Family Service Association of Lincoln

Girls on the Run of Nebraska

 

Lincoln Literacy

Malone Community Center

Nebraska Appleseed

Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors

Nebraska Civic Engagement Table

Nebraska Folklife Network

St. Monica's

The HUB- Central Access Point for Young Adults

WasteCap Nebraska

Wellbeing Initiative

 GREATER NEBRASKA/TRI-CITIES  GREATER IOWA

Bright Horizons

Center for Rural Affairs

Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska

Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska

Lincoln County Community Development Corporation

Crossroads of Western IA

Opportunities Unlimited

Southwest IA Mental Health Center