In order to gather data on the issue of non-profit compensation, Charity Village conducted a survey involving approximately 1,500 employees from not-for-profit organizations and charities across Canada.  Charity Village reveals the results of its survey in its 3rd annual report. 

Some of the findings are:  

  1. Compensation is slowly on the rise.
  2. Top payers generally have higher revenues, are large, and are urban-based (e.g. GTA, Ottawa).
  3. Health benefits, educational benefits, retirement benefits, and other perks are often offered in addition to a salary.
  4. Experience and education are key factors in determining compensation.

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