Is There a Cap on Nonprofit Salaries in NYS – or Not?

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 21. August 2014 11:57
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an administrative regulation in May 2012 that set a salary cap on nonprofit contractors that get more than $500,000 and 30 percent of their revenue from the state – they are not allowed to pay more than $199,000 a year in state money toward an executive’s salary. Some nonprofits that have contracts to provide social services for the state have challenged this rule, and now two judges have come to different conclusions about these executive compensation restrictions. [More]

Tracking Nonprofit Executive Salaries: Medical Organizations Other Than Hospitals

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 5. August 2014 13:57
The compensation for executives in the medical field, whether their employers are for-profit or nonprofit tends to be high, according to conventional wisdom. Yet a closer look at the nonprofit world shows that there are significant differences in pay, depending on the type of health-related activities or services provided. Taking hospitals out of the mix leads to a more nuanced portrait of compensation in the nonprofit health sector. [More]