The head of the Republican Jewish Coalition is one of the top paid CEOs in this year’s salary survey of Jewish not-for-profit leaders. So why has its Democratic counterweight shut its office and dumped all of its paid staff?
EDITORIAL: Jewish not-for-profit organizations should set the standards for equitable women’s pay. Do we really want to be known for anything else?
Forward readers were surveyed about their experiences in the workplace. Here are some of their responses.
The seventh annual Forward survey of the salaries of Jewish nonprofit executives shows that it pays to be a man, work for Republicans, be involved in Israel advocacy and be posted in Cleveland.
Complex compensation packages including large deferred payouts are increasingly standard for leaders of Jewish not-for-profit organizations. Is the practice needed to lure top-rank talent — or a way to mask the true cost of high-priced CEO’s?
Transparency. Conversation. Fairness. Those are the aims of the Forward’s salary survey, now published for the seventh year. Click on our chart to find out how much Jewish not-for-profit CEOs are making.