Human Resources

The lieu time/overtime dilemma

Written By: Denise Lloyd
June 19, 2019

If you offer lieu time to your staff, be sure you are following all the legal requirements.

NextGen Leaders: Six ways to make room for the next generation of leaders

Written By: Lianne Picot
June 5, 2019

To allow the next generation of leaders to step up, it is essential that we make room for them.

How and why you should diversify food-based celebrations in your workplace

Written By: Susan Fish
May 22, 2019

Food-based celebrations are becoming more and more complicated in today's working world.

Culture: The charity sector's missing ingredient

Written By: Jessica Pelchat
May 15, 2019

Find out how culture can be your secret ingredient for recruiting and retaining great staff.

Creating a culture of wellness at your nonprofit: Advice from this year's Employee Recommended Workplace Awards winners

Written By: Susan Fish
May 15, 2019

We talk to a few winners from this year's Employee Recommended Workplace Awards for tips on creating a culture of wellness at your nonprofit.

New school performance process design: Opportunities and cautions

Written By: Kyla Nicholson and Vincent Chow
May 8, 2019

Find out how and why many organizations are moving to a no-ratings performance management process.

Accommodating caregivers: What’s an employer’s responsibility?

Written By: Denise Lloyd
May 8, 2019

These 5 steps can help you better understand your duties to accommodate caregivers on your staff.

On the front-lines of the future of work: Why managers need career tools and confidence

Written By: Lisa Taylor
May 1, 2019

With the world of work changing rapidly, it is essential that front-line managers feel equipped to talk with their staff about their careers.

Intercultural Competence: The missing link in diversity and inclusion initiatives

Written By: Jennifer Flynn and Daniel García
May 1, 2019

Intercultural competence is an important part of diversity and inclusion, but one that often isn't talked about.

Building the culture you want at your nonprofit

Written By: Denise Lloyd
April 10, 2019

Use these tips to create a more positive culture at your nonprofit organization.

How to write a job ad to better diversify your candidate pool

Written By: Susan Fish
April 10, 2019

Use these 10 tips to write better job ads that will be more attractive to younger applicants.

The Small Nonprofit Podcast: Overcoming ableism with Liz Chornenki

Written By: CharityVillage
April 8, 2019

Learn how to build accessibility at your organization in this week's podcast interview.

How to attract younger talent to the nonprofit sector: What are Millennials and Gen Z looking for?

Written By: Susan Fish
April 3, 2019

We go directly to the source to find out what it Millennials and Gen Z are looking for in nonprofit work.

Women and nonprofit work: Ontario Nonprofit Network's Decent Work for Women initiative

Written By: Susan Fish
March 27, 2019

A new report explores the world of women and work in Ontario's nonprofit sector.

The Small Nonprofit Podcast: The difficult conversations we need to be having with Vu Le

Written By: CharityVillage
March 25, 2019

Get ready to face some hard truths about the nonprofit sector in this conversation with popular blogger Vu Le.

Fifteen strategies for nonprofits to recruit and retain millennial leadership

Written By: Elisa Abbott
March 13, 2019

These strategies will give help you better recruit and retain millennial leaders at your organization.

What is AI and how can it help your nonprofit organization?

Written By: Susan Fish
March 13, 2019

Find out how nonprofit organizations across Canada are effectively using AI.

The Small Nonprofit Podcast: Personal development in a changing workplace with Hala Beisha

Written By: CharityVillage
March 4, 2019

In this episode of the podcast, Hala Beisha discusses the changing working environment and how nonprofit staff can stay agile.

What "good" career management looks like

Written By: Lisa Taylor
February 27, 2019

This article highlights some of the myths related to career development, and outlines how managers can think differently about supporting their staff in this area.

The Small Nonprofit Podcast: How to hire right the first time with Maria Rotundo

Written By: CharityVillage
February 22, 2019

Avoid making a costly, bad hire by following these hiring tips from Maria Rotundo, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.

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