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Twenty percent of Canadians experienced increased workplace conflict or aggression

LifeWorks released its monthly Mental Health Index™ that showed that 20 percent of Canadians that have experienced increased conflict and/or aggression at work have a mental health score more than

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Three quarters of employees say racial equity policies are not genuine

In 2020, as employers were grappling with the pandemic and renewed calls for racial justice, many responded with new policies and pronouncements. But according to a survey of nearly 7,000

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Poll shows Canadian women concerned that pandemic workplace accommodations won’t last

Fewer Canadian women are working full-time – 62 percent, compared to 70 percent before the COVID-19 pandemic – and nearly half say they are likely to quit their jobs if

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COVID-19 Mental Health and Wellbeing Grant Program

The Public Health Agency of Canada, the Canadian Red Cross announced the Strengthening Community Capacity to Support Mental Health and Wellbeing: COVID-19 Mental Health and Wellbeing Grant Program. This new

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Relatable organizations hold the key to success in a tight labour market

According to a study conducted by Mercer, 80% of executives believe that organizational agendas are more intertwined with the value systems and personal agendas of their employees. Making it crucial

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2022 National Philanthropy Day – Tickets are now on Sale!

On November 25, 2022, join the Association of Fundraising Professionals (Greater Vancouver Chapter) as they celebrate in-person the 2022 Giving Hearts Awards nominees and recipients with an awards ceremony and luncheon.

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CharityVillage’s 2022 Canadian Nonprofit Salary Survey

We are excited to announce our 2022 Canadian Nonprofit Sector Salary & Benefits Survey. The purpose of the study is to gather accurate compensation information specific to the nonprofit sector.

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3 In 10 Canadian workers considering job change in second half of 2022

According to a recent study conducted by Robert Half, staff turnover will continue to trouble employers. This data was collected by the organization’s biannual Job Optimism Survey of more than

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London area employers in the care economy facing significant labour challenges

The Care Economy is a sub-sector of the Canadian nonprofit sector, that is facing an especially challenging road to recovery with human resources challenges pre-dating and amplified by the pandemic.

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New Food Banks Canada research shows 7 million Canadians report going hungry

More Canadians report they are facing hunger and food insecurity due to rising inflation and housing costs, according to newly released data from Food Banks Canada. The nation’s leading charitable

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