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Recent Articles on Staffing
Eric Bonetti has written A great piece published at Episcopal Café website that identifies 13 signs that you may have a problem with staffing relations and your church. You’re some of the signs that Eric says you should watch for: 1 .Decisions get deferred Just like for-profits, deferring necessary decisions is a sign of a weak
Way too many churches act as a revolving door for their staff. In fact, some studies of shown that the average church staff member less in their position less than three years (and it’s even shorter for youth pastors!) So how do you keep your staff members from bailing? How do you have a consistent