Save the Children's Rachel Parr: 'we have to be creative about attracting talent'

SPONSORED: Charities may not be able to offer 'top dollar', explains Save the Children finance director Rachel Parr. But there are other ways to attract the best people.

The charity sector was hit as hard as the rest of the economy by the downturn, as people cancelled direct debit contributions in order to save cash. But, explains Save the Children's finance director Rachel Parr, the sector has been getting creative about attracting top talent for years.

'The key is retaining the right talent, plus remunerating reasonably,' she says. 'It'We have to be more creative about attracting the best talent.

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