Benefit Programs for Non-Profit Organizations Persuasive Essay by supasupa

Benefit Programs for Non-Profit Organizations
A discussion on why non-profit organizations should adopt benefit programs for their employees.
# 116232 | 2,997 words | 10 sources | APA | 2009 | KE
Published on Sep 03, 2009 in Business (Accounting) , Business (Administration) , Business (Human Resources)

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This paper discusses how benefit programs in non-profit organization would help employees feel more recognized, appreciated and valued. Explaining that people who usually work in such organizations are not motivated by money, the author goes on to describe examples that could benefit employees such as funding their higher education. The paper seeks to explain how a non-profit organization can adopt such a program and details the factors to consider when doing so.

Purpose of the Benefit Programs
Factors to Consider when Creating an Adoption Program as a Benefit to Employees Within an Non-Profit Organization
Goals, Vision, Culture and Mission of the Organization
Available Resources
Steps Followed when Creating an Adoption Program as a Benefit to Employees Within an Non-Profit Organization
Identifying Employees' Needs and Demands
Consultation with Decisions Makers
Benefit Programs that can be Adopted

From the Paper:

"One of the major characteristics of a non-profit organization is service to a specific clientele. In order to effectively provide the services to the specified clients, the organization needs to have a workforce that is motivated. Money is not the only thing that motivates employees. Employees especially those in non-profit organizations always want something that is more than that, they need to be recognized, appreciated and feel valued. One way of achieving this is for the organization to adopt a program that will be beneficial to its employees."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Consumer Reports on Health. (2009) Smart ways to cope with rising health-care costs. Consumer Reports on Health, 21(6) 1-5, 3p.
  • Darwin, A. & Palmer, E. (2009). Mentoring Circles in Higher Education. Higher Education Research & Development, 28 (2) 125-136.
  • Electronic Ardell Wellness Report (E-AWR). (2008). Calling For A Transition To REAL Worksite Wellness. Electronic Ardell Wellness Report (E-AWR), 489 p. 2-2.
  • Glenys. T. (2003).A different use for Profit. New Statesman, 132(4629)28.
  • Guerin, L & DelPo, A., (2007). Create Your Own Employee Handbook: A Legal and Practical Guide. Third ed. Berkeley, CA: Nolo.

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