An response to the debate about commission-based fundraising. Many current policies prohibit the practice, but what is really needed is a high-level look at remuneration practices within not-for-profits, which should be established to ensure full alignment of interests between employer and employee.
The biggest headlines from this survey relate to highest-paid CEOs, with pictures of men in fine suits and ties, with phone numbers for salaries. Unsurprisingly, the reaction to these lists is as simplistic as the lists themselves, with inane comparisons between someone responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars of expenditure with a typical donor, or an average wage-earner. Read more at eJewishPhilanthropy.