This article from The Nonprofit should be read by everyone. Maybe even by those working outside of the nonprofit sector, too. It’s all about overhead costs and how these costs can and should be measured or measured differently. A simple ratio of overhead costs or employee compensation doesn’t tell the right story for an organization. And just because someone works for a mission-based organization doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be fairly compensated for their hard work, years of experience and level of education.
Take a look and see how you can change the “overhead controversy” conversation!