Los Angeles Newspapers

Daily newspapers

 

  • Los Angeles Times

    Known as the Times or LA Times is California's most widely circulated newspaper with a daily readership of over 2 million.

  • Los Angeles Daily News

    Leading daily newspaper published in Los Angeles, California.

  • Press-Telegram

    Coverage area includes Long Beach, Lakewood, Bellflower, Cerritos, Compton, Downey, Los Alamitos, Paramount, Norwalk, Seal Beach, San Pedro, and Los Angeles.

 

Non-daily newspapers

 

 

Multicultural newspapers in Los Angeles

 

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It's Friday and time for a roundup of the best non profit jobs in Los Angeles this week. With multiple director roles in human resources, development and marketing, the strength of the nonprofit job market is apparent.  1. Director of Major Gifts and Strategic Partnerships, ADL - Los Angeles ADL is a leading anti-hate organization. Founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of anti-Semitism and bigotry, its timeless mission is to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and secure justice and fair treatment to all.   2. Director of Human Resources - Los Angeles The director of HR at KIPP LA public schools would help operate tuition-free, open-enrollment, public charter schools focused on preparing students in under-resourced communities in the greater Los Angeles area for success in school, college, and life.   3. Director of Individual Giving, Parkinson's Foundation - Los Angeles The Parkinson's Foundation makes life better for people with Parkinson’s disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure. The director of individual giving will oversee donors at the level of $5000-$10,000 and will receive competitive salary as a result.    4. Director of Digital Marketing, Los Angeles The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is the world's preeminent movie related organization, comprised of 8,000+ accomplished men and women working in cinema. The director of digital marketing will oversee all social media platforms and email campaigns at a famous nonprofit in the heart of Hollywood.    5. Digital Marketing Manager, Thorn - Los Angeles Thorn builds technology to defend children from sexual abuse and exploitation. Formed by Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, and a salary of $75,000 - $100,000 this is a great position in an excellent nonprofit.     
In the age of LinkedIn and social media, staff are constantly looking at job opportunities that provide them with more development. How do you keep your best staff,  and attract the best candidates for the role? Providing the opportunity for career development will allow your employees to become more engaged and stay motivated within your nonprofit. Below is some key takeaways from HR Dive.   Professional development has emerged as a key tool in employers' efforts to retain talent, according to a  survey  by Robert Half. The company found 81% of the more than 2,800 senior managers it surveyed were at least somewhat concerned about retention, while one-third were very concerned. Forty-one percent said their companies offered professional development programs for retention purposes, tied with efforts to improve employee recognition as the second-most used company tactic.   A separate survey of more than 2,800 workers showed their retention concerns may be justified: 43% of workers said they intend to look for a new job in the next 12 months. A pay raise was cited by 43% of workers as the top reason to stay with a company, while 19% said a promotion would keep them on staff. Just 10% of workers said nothing would convince them to remain with their current employer.   Other retention strategies used by employers in the survey included improving employee recognition programming, enhancing compensation and benefits and facilitating mentorship opportunities.   Retention isn't the only benefit of improved L&D programs, either. Workers can learn useful skills to bring back to their teams, helping to build institutional knowledge. If you're an employee and you're interested in your career development, click on our news page here.
Hello Monday!  DeepSweep back again with some great events for nonprofit professionals to attend this week in Los Angeles.  The Brain of a Leader: Neuroscience of Inspiring Teams This workshop from the Center for Nonprofit Management will transform your approach to everyday interactions with your team. Utilizing over 100 years of research in the field of leadership and management while incorporating the latest methods of neuroscience, you will learn how your brain waves can make waves in your organization. Want to know what more you can do as a boss? Look no further.  Date: 08/13 9:30-12:30 Improv for Team Building & Organizational Impact! The structures and art of improv can help nonprofits stay grounded in what their mission, while simultaneously allowing them to creatively and effectively respond to the ever-evolving needs of the organization around them. Date: 08/13 1:30-4:30 Announcing our August 2019 Workshop: Badass Budgeting for Nonprofiteers  Aim of the workshop by the Young Nonprofit Professional Network is to: - Redefine budgeting so that it stops being a chore and starts helping you reach your goals  - Create a prioritized spending & saving plan that fits your values  - Plan for setbacks and challenges   Date: 08/13 6pm
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