Spring greetings from hrcouncil.ca!
In this Spring 2014 edition of Perspectives, Community Foundations of Canada and hrcouncil.ca are pleased to share news about action across the country on labour force matters in the nonprofit sector.
Transitions in nonprofit labour force strategies across the country
- In 2013, the Ontario Nonprofit Network and Mowat NFP produced vital data on the state of the sector and reported their findings in Shaping a Labour Force Strategy for Ontario’s Nonprofit Sector.
Now, as the action phase is launched, the ONN invites organizations from across Ontario to get involved.
- StepUp BC is charting a path of growth, independence and sustainability as an advocacy body for the BC non-profit sector.
- The Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia has been up and running for just over a year.
With six regional hubs hosted by local nonprofits, CSC-NS is making great strides towards giving a collective voice to the sector and addressing its human resource issues across the province. Learn more
New report on British Columbia’s nonprofit labour market
Prepared for the Vancouver Foundation by Ference Weicker & Compan, this new report presents an extensive collection of statistics and insights on the labour force and employment among British Columbia nonprofits.
Characteristics of the Labour Market in British Columbia’s Non-Profit Sector
HR Toolkit helps staff and Board members manage nonprofit HR
The HR Toolkit is a comprehensive online resource designed to help managers, employees and board members better understand, address and manage issues relating to HR in nonprofits.
Mark your calendars for the CKX Summit in Toronto
Be a part of the inaugural Community Knowledge Exchange (CKX) Summit, November 19-21, as nonprofit and civil society leaders come together for a collective community knowledge experience in Toronto’s Entertainment District.
Take Stock: Assess your organization’s core functions
Take Stock is an online interactive tool that helps small nonprofits better understand and assess their performance as it relates to seven core functions. Share your results and track your progress over time. Learn more in the Take Stock video at hrcouncil.ca.
Community Foundations of Canada is the national network for Canada’s Community Foundations. We are the Canadian movement for community vitality, represented by 191 members from coast to coast.