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Most employees and volunteers at shelters are there because they want to help animals. But animals alone usually aren't enough to keep everyone interested in staying. These articles on improving staff retention and employee/volunteer morale can help you identify problems at their root and prevent your team's attitude and performance from being positive and enthusiastic to stale or even worse.

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  • Humane Law Forum: Worth the Risk

    Got people lining up to volunteer for your organization? They’ll bring a ton of great assistance, but they may also present some liability risks. Fear not—they’re risks you can manage with the right approach.

  • The People's Power

    Shelters are rightly centered on caring for their animals. But according to Steven Rogelberg, who heads the Shelter Diagnostic System, if you want your organization to be more effective, you have to bring the staff needs into focus as well.

  • Trends in Animal Welfare Salaries

    This overview examines how salaries and benefits for animal welfare positions have changed over the years.

  • The "101" Department: Finding the Alpha Dog

    Experts in the field offer tips on how to land a great executive director for your animal shelter.

  • Rising to the Top

    If you aspire to be president and CEO of an animal welfare organization, don't miss out on these expert tips for attaining your dream job.

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  • Free Management Library

    The Free Management Library contains a wealth of resources to help with all aspects of managing a business, including starting a nonprofit, developing a board, strategic planning, and marketing.

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