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 presents best practises for conflict resolution. It also contains a sample conflict resolution policy and research/survey data.
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.
This webinar, presented by Lori Gotlieb and Charity Village, covers tools and tips to help you better support your volunteers. Learn how to use the SAVE approach to create a structure to successfully manage and support your volunteers while also dealing with difficult volunteers.
This manual was created by Hot Docs to support arts and culture not-for-profits in Ontario and beyond to have a better understanding of developing a strong and successful volunteer program. With the hope of providing insight into the planning and execution of a volunteer program, organizations can continue to grow and provide their volunteers with the best experience possible. The manual also contains several template forms, documents, reports and letters as well as useful data.
(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.
Succession planning is the process of preparing for a change in staff or board leadership with the intent of assuring an organization’s sustainability through such a transition.