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Last week’s news that Amazon is spending $700 million over the next six years to retrain a third of its workforce – an average of $7,000 per worker – struck me as yet another example of why the arts sector … Continue reading

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Unions have played an essential role in protecting the employment rights of onstage actors, musicians, singers, and dancers since the beginning of the 20th century. Organized labor also has a long history of representing the interests of behind the scenes … Continue reading

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In his piece, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall,” my colleague Joe Kluger writes about the  growing trend of unionization in the nonprofit arts sector and offers nonprofit leaders some suggestions for showing support for the employees in their organizations. … Continue reading

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For the last 15 years, I’ve been working in the background on issues related to career development and the nonprofit arts sector workplace. I say it’s in the background because as a consultant in this field, it’s not a lucrative … Continue reading

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It seems like a good time to think about regeneration. By regeneration, I mean a conscious effort to re-imagine, re-design, re-structure or re-orient yourself or your organization so as to achieve greater alignment between work and desired outcomes. It is … Continue reading

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