Staff reviews are thought by some to be intrinsically miserable and somewhat useless. They really don’t have to be. They can actually be a time staff looks forward to.
By Jim Cook, CFP® I recently had a conversation with the new administrator of a large, multi-site congregation regarding review of the pay structure for the staff. She was shocked by the seemingly random salaries for many staff, noting that many — with similar levels of responsibility, background and credentials — had widely divergent salaries. […]
In a recent study performed by professors at Stanford University and Harvard Business School
For pastors, discussing compensation is a necessary — but often stressful — conversation.
By Eric Spacek, JD, ARM If you believe a sex offender has started attending your church, take action. Not doing so could result in significant legal liability if a situation occurs on your property. Step 1: Learn the local laws. First, be certain that the individual is a convicted sex offender. Double-check that the person […]
Social media has become the major form of communication for a large portion of the population. An even larger percent of people are “dabbling” in it.
The millennials – those born after 1980 – constitute the new mega generation.
In the Washington, D.C. area, we have found that there’s a high turnover rate within our church lay ministry leadership.
Develop a policy in the context of discipleship and full reconciliation.