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Discipline and Dismissal: Making the best of a difficult situation (recorded webinar)

Written By: CharityVillage
September 25, 2014

Join presenter Denise Lloyd from EngagedHR as she shows you how to work through the discipline process.

The painful days of discipline are over: Creating a culture of positive discipline

Written By: Denise Lloyd
September 17, 2014

Does the thought of holding a discipline or dismissal meeting with an employee or volunteer make you break out into a cold sweat? Check out these tips on how to proactively create a culture of positive discipline at your organization.

No hierarchy of human rights: Are religious accommodation requests really given a “free hand”?

Written By: Thamina Jaferi
August 27, 2014

Addressing competing human rights requires careful analysis and a good understanding of human rights law.

Strategic onboarding delivers engagement, retention, results

Written By: Deborah Legrove
August 6, 2014

Make sure your onboarding process for new staff is done right with these tips that take you right through the first year.

Internships done right: A winning approach for both nonprofits and students

Written By: Susan Fish
July 30, 2014

Is it possible to have a win-win internship situation for both nonprofits and students? Our experts say yes - with the right approach.

Finding the silver lining: How to keep moving forward after the loss of a charismatic leader

Written By: Susan Fish
June 4, 2014

When an organization loses a charismatic leader, it doesn't have to lost it's way entirely. Here's how to keep going and be successful during the transition period.

Human Resources Q&A: What I do on social media is not my employer’s business!

Written By: CharityVillage
May 21, 2014

If your organization has social media accounts, a social media policy is a must.

Bias-Free Hiring: Interview questions not to ask

Written By: Tana Turner
May 21, 2014

Make your interviews bias free by understanding what interview questions should be avoided.

Addressing bias in nonprofit organizations and charities

Written By: Tana Turner
April 16, 2014

In a keynote address for the Workplace Inclusion Conference, Tim Wise identified three myths that are getting in the way of employment equity.

Career Q&A: Dealing with mental health issues in the workplace

Written By: Nancy Ingram and Christa McMillin
April 9, 2014

Our Career Q&A columnists outline what you need to know about managing performance issues when mental illness may be a factor.

Diversity 2020: 12 upcoming equity, diversity and inclusion trends and issues (Part 2)

Written By: Tana Turner
March 26, 2014

What equity, diversity and inclusion trends will we see heading into 2020?

Diversity 2020: 12 upcoming equity, diversity and inclusion trends and issues (Part 1)

Written By: Tana Turner
March 12, 2014

What equity, diversity and inclusion trends will we see heading into 2020?

Succession Planning: How a little planning can give your nonprofit a better chance to survive and thrive

Written By: Brock Smith
February 26, 2014

Has your nonprofit avoided putting together a succession plan? That's a risky move, say the experts. Find out how to put a plan in place without breaking the bank.

Reversing the potential for burnout: Strategies to stay healthy and happy at work

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
February 20, 2014

Is your organization unwittingly promoting burnout amongst staff? The tips in this article will help you turn things around.

Career Q&A: Dealing with a difficult employee

Written By: Nancy Ingram and Christa McMillin
February 12, 2014

Are you a victim of upwards bullying? These tips can help.

Taking the plunge: Employee giving campaigns in your nonprofit organization

Written By: Susan Fish
February 5, 2014

Thinking about starting an employee giving program at your nonprofit? Check out these tips to make it a smooth process.

Career Q&A: My boss is a micromanager!

Written By: Nancy Ingram and Christa McMillin
December 4, 2013

Follow these tips to better cope with a micromanaging boss.

Finding the right balance: What to do if your job doesn't feel like a good fit

Written By: Susan Fish
November 21, 2013

If you're working in a nonprofit job that seems like a less-than-ideal fit for your values or work style, you're not alone.

Putting it in writing: Getting started with policies and procedures

Written By: Susan Fish
October 30, 2013

How policies and procedures can help keep things running smoothly at your nonprofit.

A conversation worth continuing: Does the nonprofit sector still have a glass ceiling?

Written By: Jodie Shupac
October 2, 2013

Are Canadian women still challenged by a glass ceiling in the nonprofit sector?

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