Expand the scope of your HR knowledge with the Cultural Human Resources Council’s HR Management Toolkit, developed specially for the Cultural Sector in areas including recruitment, benefits plan, mentoring, succession planning, best practices and working with a non-profit board. This toolkit can be purchased for $199.99 (50% off for CHRC members)
This Ontario based guide provides a framework on development of strategic approaches for a more inclusive and diverse representation of Indigenous and historically-marginalized artists and communities in areas such as: internal operations (staffing), programming, governance, community and volunteer engagement, and audience development.
This Ontario based guide presents subjects related to human resources that include hiring, employment standards, organizational models in point form. It also includes sample employee contracts, disclosures and a code of ethical conduct.
(Only available in French) The Human Resource Management Toolkit by CSMO-ÉSAC is aimed at community action organizations as well as social economy enterprises (NFPs and cooperatives). It is made up of 7 distinct modules, each enhanced with self-evaluation tools, practical tools, exercises, etc. And, as an improvement to the previous version of the toolkit, a selection of the content can be downloaded in Word or Excel formats. The Toolkit is available as a CD-ROM (at $25) or as a download (at $20)
This toolkit is a set of comprehensive and user-friendly content, templates, and to-do lists specifically developed for Northern Quebec Cree Social entrepreneurs. It is equally applicable to other First Nations communities and non-profit arts organizations with similar organizational structures. A series of Fact Sheets at the beginning summarizes each topic for fast reading.
The best practices detailed in this toolkit by AOE Arts Council will provide strategies which will assist boards of directors, artistic and executive directors and even founders of arts and culture organizations deal with executive transition and succession for both their Board of Directors and paid staff.
As a part of the Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO)’s toolkit on strategies to promote pluralism, around one hundred publications in cultural pluralism were put together into a comprehensive annotated bibliography. This paper explains the categorization of this database into five areas of organizational planning (Organizational Commitment, Community Engagement, Programming and Curatorial Decision-making, Audience Development, Employment and Professional Development). Key findings in each of these areas are discussed with reference to specific publications.