Why Nonprofit HR Department Outsource Their Administration

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Why Nonprofit HR Department  Outsource Their Administration

To become a successful nonprofit, there are many obstacles these organizations must navigate. From attracting and retaining donors to measuring impact, managing cash flow, rising operating expenses, and more, nonprofits must strategically manage their operations to achieve efficiency. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nonprofit organizations employ 10.2% of all employees working in the private sector, which is 12.5 million individuals. With this many employees to manage, a nonprofit HR can easily become a concern for many organizations. Fortunately, outsourcing different aspects of HR administration can take the burden off nonprofits, allowing them to focus on their core missions. Let’s explore some of the ways that a nonprofit can outsource HR