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*Human resources (general)

Benefits and Retirement | CHRC/CRHSC 2010
*Human resources (general) Publication

In the general workplace, employee benefits play an increasingly important role in the lives of employees and their families, and can have a significant financial and administrative impact on an organization. Providing a company benefits plan for employees shows a caring attitude about their financial security, well-being and peace of mind.

Working for a Non-Profit Board: Tips and Tools for Cultural Managers | CHRC/CRHSC 2013
*Human resources (general) Publication

This HR tool offers helpful tips and useful resources to bring new perspectives and approaches to Cultural Managers. Some managers with extensive experience in the sector or those who work for large and very complex organizations may find the extensive bibliography a useful resource. Less experienced managers may wish to use this toolkit to address one challenge at a time.

Human resources management

Delegation of Tasks and Projects | Cultural Careers Council Ontario 2008
Human resources management Publication

A major challenge for most cultural managers is having too much to do and insufficient resources to get everything done properly. Is there an opportunity here for a manager to free up time for more senior-management related activities and, at the same time, increase the contribution and job satisfaction of employees?

The answer is a resounding yes – through effective delegation.

Motivating People | Cultural Careers Council Ontario 2007
Human resources management Publication

One of the most important and common concerns of cultural managers is employee motivation, particularly in environments where significant financial reward is not an option, and where their staff is being over-stretched at work.

Volunteer training

Adopting the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement: Harbourfront Centre Case Study | Harbourfront Centre 2015
Volunteer training Best practice

This case study is intended to provi de an example of how one organization reviewed the Code for Volunteer Involvement, and set forth a thorough review of each of the organizational standards.

Helping Arts Organizations Thrive | Sandra Thomson Development Consultant 2017
Volunteer training Consultant

I'm available as a resource to you, your staff and your board as someone who has lived the presenting life for the past 40 years.

Volunteer Canada | Volunteer Canada / Bénévoles Canada 2015
Volunteer training Publication

Volunteer Canada's website provides access to a full spectrum of volunteer theory and practice resources.

Volunteer Engagement Series - 3 “R’s” - Recruitment, Retention and Recognition | Ontario Presents 2015
Volunteer training Training video

This series of webinars has been designed for the learner who wants to know some best practices, some tips and some strategies for the three “R’s” - Recruitment, Retention and Recognition.

Volunteer Recruitment | Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) 2013
Volunteer training Effective PD activity

These presentations address how to approach recruiting volunteers from diverse communities in ways that are open, inclusive, respectful and understanding of their cultural backgrounds.

Ce projet est rendu possible grâce à Patrimoine canadien et au Secrétaire aux affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes du Québec

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