March 15, 2016 by Mitch Taube Categories: Industry News & Insights

Our friends at Perry Davis Associates (PDA) have put together an excellent newsletter about the impact of telecommuting (offsite work) versus onsite work at non-profit organizations. Here’s a small sample of the article:

As a non-profit or charitable foundation, it’s likely that your mission and budget make these (offsite vs onsite) decisions for you. If you are a service-provider for, say, homeless outreach, you can’t do that work remotely. You need physically present people. That’s inarguable. But your administrative staff? Your communications staff?

You can check out the Perry Davis Associates newsletter, “Home is Where the WiFi Connects Automatically,” to read the entire article and take the quiz, “Does your office need an office?”

Who Is Perry Davis Associates?

Perry Davis Associates provides high quality fundraising and management services for not-for-profits (NFPs), from event production and major grant solicitation to administrative assistance and training. You can learn more about how Perry Davis Associates helps non-profits succeed with technology by reading my blog post.

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