Nearly Half Of U.K.-Based Development NGOs Expect Staffing Cuts Due To Pandemic-Related Economic Pressures, Survey Shows

Devex: Exclusive: Survey shows scale of financial difficulties facing U.K. NGOs
“Nearly half of U.K.-based development NGOs expect to lay off staff members amid economic pressures caused by the pandemic, according to a survey, with 10% of organizations saying they will likely have to make more than one-fifth of their workers redundant. Forty-six percent of organizations polled by Bond, a network for NGOs, said they had made staff redundant or were likely to because of COVID-19. And despite their bigger budgets, staff at larger organizations were more at risk…” (Worley, 10/6).

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