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The Workforce Study is Australia’s first large-scale research study designed to identify what matters most for making Not-for-Profit work more developmental, healthy, meaningful, and productive.

The Australian Not-for-Profit Workforce Study, predominantly funded by the Australian Research Council, the largest piece of research on and for not-for-profit organisations, employees and volunteers, was launched on Tuesday by the Centre for Social Impact, The University of Western Australia.

Workforce Study is Australia’s first large-scale research study designed to identify what matters most for making Not-for-Profit work more developmental, healthy, meaningful, and productive. It is open to all levels of employees and volunteers. The more people who respond, the more representative and useful the results for growing people, organisations, and their impact.

There are 7 key research goals including Leadership, Diversity and Well-Being. Research results will be freely available in 2018. Opportunity to participate closes October 2017.

We encourage all our contacts in the NFP sector to complete the survey which will provide valuable data for us all in the future.