Webinar: Family-Supportive Practices in the Sacred Sector
How well do faith-based organizations do in providing a family-friendly culture and workplace policies? Researchers at Seattle Pacific University’s Center for Integrity in Business, in partnership with the Center for Public Justice, surveyed family-supportive practices in four types of faith-based workplaces: education, healthcare, charitable service providers, and congregations.
Report: Family-Supportive Practices in the Sacred Sector
On March 6, 2019, researchers from Seattle Pacific University’s Center for Integrity in Business and staff from the Center for Public Justice recorded a conversation about the research findings from the Family-Supportive Practices in the Sacred Sector report.'
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The first of our resources for workplaces are available to participants in the Center for Public Justice's Sacred Sector initiative.
Sacred Sector is a learning community for faith-based organizations and emerging leaders within the faith-based nonprofit sector designed to help faith-based organizations integrate and fully embody their sacred missions in every area of organizational life. Family-supportive workplace policies are one way that faith-based organizations can live out their sacred mission in every area of their organizational lives.
Are you a nonprofit organization or seminarian interested in organizational effectiveness? Contact us to learn more about participation in the Sacred Sector and accessing the Sacred Sector's comprehensive resources and training.