By Aviva Zucker Snyder During the current coronavirus pandemic, many Jewish and nonprofit organizations may be seriously looking at remote work for their teams for the first time. With organizations like ours, relationships are paramount. So how do you create and maintain … [Read more...] about Switching to Remote Work? Welcome to the Club.
Managing Your Nonprofit
By Danielle Keats Berkowitz I work with my sisters. Believe it or not, we still like each other. So, when one of us was in quarantine with her family as a result of a recent trip to Madrid, we went to see her (we stayed the requisite space away, and of course brought Coronas … [Read more...] about Fundraising During the COVID-19 Pandemic
By Doron Kenter A 2019 study found that nearly half of all millennial workers (48%) earn income through various “side hustles.” Although we can’t know for sure how many Jewish communal professionals have gigs on the side, it’s probably not pure speculation to suggest that it … [Read more...] about Gigs, Moonlighting, Side Hustles, and Passion Projects in Jewish Professional Life
By Larisa Klebe I’ve worked in the Jewish nonprofit world long enough to know that we have a serious equity problem. About 70% of Jewish nonprofit employees are women, but the majority of the highest-paying jobs are still held by men. The wage gap is just as much an issue for u … [Read more...] about Salary Transparency is a Jewish Value
By Meredith Woocher and Pearl Mattenson Over the past few years, Rosov Consulting has had the opportunity to work with Jewish communities across North America as they seek to enhance community engagement and sustainability and chart new pathways for the future. This has given … [Read more...] about Guiding Communities through Change