CCVO’s research on adaptive capacity in the nonprofit sector confirmed that technology is one of the four major trends impacting our workplaces. Up to 40% of jobs could be partially or fully automated today, and that number will surpass 60% in just ten years.
The International #MeToo movement is hitting workplaces across Canada. How can we respond in a manner that ensures our directors, employees, volunteers, and other stakeholders understand what constitutes harassment and what to do if they experience it?
Changes to Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) legislation are coming into effect on June 1 to better protect employees across the province. In this 3-hour session, find out how both employers and the nonprofit sector will be significantly impacted by these changes.
HR in a Box Workshop Series: Rolling Out the HR Strategic Plan - HR Analytics and Scorecard to the Rescue
HR metrics and workforce analytics help organizations identify strengths and weaknesses, areas for improvement, and opportunities for growth. With today’s workplace spanning multiple generations, and the focus on emerging required skills, HR metrics are rapidly evolving. More emphasis is also being given to the role of data collection for managerial decision making. Join Janet Salopek to navigate how to align HR analytics with your business strategies and organizational goals. You will also discuss how HR metrics and workforce analytics improve bottom line results.
Current economic trends are creating a different sort of competition for recruitment. New ways of attracting talent are a priority for many organizations, with strategic focus and specialist knowledge crucial to success. Join Janet Salopek to explore recruitment practices in the rapidly shifting landscape of work and the impact of emerging new skills. Learn to identify different perspectives as you plan for what is expected to be increasingly challenging years ahead.
With legal marijuana just around the corner, employers need to be aware of their rights and responsibilities. Organizations and HR professionals need to answer questions regarding acceptable level of use, required policies and procedures, and violation of rules. Using the “Workplace marijuana possession/use” case study, Adam Czarnecki will lead a discussion on the myths and realities of cannabis usage in the workplace, including types of cannabis products, medical marijuana, recreational uses, human rights vs privacy vs safety, and workplace readiness.
Change has become the norm in today’s workplace. To stay relevant, organizations need to continually evaluate, realign plans based on new information, and embrace diversity and technology. Join Janet Salopek to discuss how shifting demographics are impacting talent attraction, retention, and development. Participants will also explore perspectives on organizational people plans, and the resulting change management processes that will impact organizations.
Addresses the question of how can nonprofits, capacity builders, and funders best work together to build a resilient nonprofit sector in Calgary.
This session will provide HR legislation updates, including the impact of marijuana legalization on the workplace. Additionally, a segment on HR metrics will address new reporting requirements and use of strategic volunteers. Presented by Adam Czarnecki and Janet Salopek. Watch this session.
Come learn how to build an HR strategy for your organization. Change management will also be discussed, including how to lead with senior executives and obtain buy-in. Presented by Adam Czarnecki and Janet Salopek. Watch this session
Would your organization be able to absorb a large unexpected expense that might arise from a sudden unplanned event? The answer for many nonprofits is ‘no’. That is where insurance steps in – to help organizations cope with financial consequences of unpredictable events. This session will help your organization identify risks and protect itself through a review of the different types of insurance, when each type is required, the amount of coverage required, and how rates are determined. More information
2016 Nonprofit Legal Series: Let’s Talk About Risk - Opportunities in Energy Efficiency for the Nonprofit Sector
The Pembina Institute and the Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance – in partnership with the Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations – invite you to discuss how energy efficiency programs can lower costs for low-income households, create jobs, and significantly reduce operations costs for non-profits — leaving you with more funds for your core services.
This facilitated workshop will also seek your input on how new energy efficiency programs — to be developed by the end of this year — could enable participation from the non-profit sector.
- Presentation on benefits and lessons from successful nonprofits
- Group discussion on Calgary/Alberta-specific barriers and solutions
- Policy recommendations and opportunities for nonprofits in Alberta