For the third year in a row, RDI was selected to be on the list of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon. The 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon is a survey conducted each year, since 1995 by Oregon Business Magazine. Organizations are ranked based on survey results, which include several questions regarding workplace satisfaction, including: benefits, management, trust, work environment, and career development. Employees of nonprofits from around the state participate in this survey annually.
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RDI Makes the List of 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon
Collaboration = Eastern Oregon Nonprofit Conference
Kelly Poe, Director of the Malheur Commission on Children and Families, has a great post about the Eastern Oregon Nonprofit Conference on the Oregon Heritage Exchange blog. This top-notch conference will provide a great opportunity for Oregon nonprofits. Workshops are focused on collective impact, including an in-depth look at the five elements of collective impact by keynote speaker Fay Hanleybrown, planning/decisions, and tools/technical skills. Nonprofits from all sectors in Eastern Oregon, including heritage nonprofits, are encouraged to attend. To find more information about the Eastern Oregon Nonprofit Conference and to register, visit www.eonc-ontario.org.