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    National Human Services Assembly Names Johnson-Cusack as New President and CEO

    The National Human Services Assembly announced the selection of Gloria Johnson-Cusack as president and CEO effective April 6, 2015. Johnson-Cusack brings more than 20 years of expertise informed by leadership positions in the private sector, charitable sector, U.S. Congress, federal and municipal government, national presidential campaigns and the White House. Before joining the Assembly, she was executive director of Leadership 18, which is an alliance of CEOs responsible for leading the oldest and largest human services nonprofits. Read More»

  • National Assembly Board and Staff Honor Irv Katz

    National Assembly Board and Staff Honor Irv Katz

    The board of directors of the National Human Services Assembly wishes Irv Katz the very best as he retires from the Assembly and begins his new Civic Sector Strategies venture on April 3 after 14 years of outstanding service. Irv’s strategic and thoughtful leadership, deep-rooted knowledge of the human services sector, and personal kindness and humor have ensured that the Assembly has thrived and made lasting contributions to the collective voice, vision, and service for the sector that are the hallmarks of the Assembly’s work.

  • BRIDGING THE GAP: Workplace Toolkit

    New Employer Toolkit: Financial and Work Stability for Low Wage Workers

    This toolkit is designed to help employers assist their low-wage workers increase their financial stability through access to work supports. Aside from helping employees make ends meet, enrollment in work supports also has a positive effect on employee attendance, retention and performance. The supports that this toolkit refers to are resources employers can help employees access, from government programs that help working families make ends meet, such as medical assistance and child care, to caring workplace practices like flexible schedules and paid leave. The findings, recommendations and conclusions from this work are applicable to increasing low-wage workers' financial stability in any industry or sector. Open the toolkit»


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Retaining and Developing High Potential Talent

NHSA’s Retaining and Developing High Potential Talent toolkit offers best practices and mini‐cases from member organizations on what research indicates are the three most important areas you can invest in for retaining High Potentials: onboarding, employee mentoring and succession planning.

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