Nonprofit Compensation Report

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2015 Idaho Nonprofit Compensation Report

Columbia Books and the Nonprofit Center joined together to produce the 2015 Idaho Compensation Report. Thanks to our state participants, the State Salary Survey conducted in the Spring of 2015 is a collection of invaluable data on nonprofit compensation specifically in Idaho.

Copies of the report can be ordered through Columbia Books. Idaho Nonprofit Center members receive a 50% discount off the $150 purchase price. Please contact any Idaho Nonprofit Center team member, to receive your discount code. Not a member yet and interested in joining? Visit Join Us to learn about the benefits of membership to the Idaho Nonprofit Center. If you have questions contact our experts at the Idaho Nonprofit Center: 208-424-2229

What does the full report include?

  • Specific market salary information for over 100 positions including median salaries, average salaries and more within Idaho
  • Compensation analysis by title, nonprofit type, budget and staff size

How can the report help you?

  • Determine the most competitive salary level for each position to support recruitment and retention 
  • Understand how your organization’s pay levels compare with others in your state 
  • Track changes in nonprofit pay levels and trends from one year to the next 
  • Provide hard data to support your salary structure recommendations

2013 Compensation Report: An Analysis of Nonprofits in Idaho

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Published by Columbia Books.

2010 Idaho Nonprofit Compensation & Benefits Report

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The Idaho Nonprofit Compensation & Benefits Report was created to help nonprofit organizations throughout the state attract, retain and fairly compensate their employees, and comply with new 990 documentation requirements. The data collected in the survey represents the practices of participating organizations reporting from October and November of 2009.

The report includes data from 85 participating nonprofit organizations, for 16 positions covering approximately 530 employees. The intent of this report is to assist nonprofit organizations in developing reasonable compensation and benefit packages. We plan to survey nonprofit organizations every two years and publish updated reports. We are pleased with the initial response to this survey and anticipate increased participation in 
the future.