The 2014 Career Professionals Survey Report provides insight into the work and life of career practitioners who support the Canadian labour market. In particular, we compare and contrast the work/life of SELF-EMPLOYED Career Professionals versus those who are EMPLOYED by organizations within the sector. By learning about our colleagues, we can gain a new understanding and better perspective, so that we can come together, value, and support each other. By understanding the benefits and challenges of self-employment and employment, we can all make more informed career and business decisions.
BoardSource increases the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations by strengthening boards of directors through our highly acclaimed consulting practice, publications, tools, and membership program.
This resource is designed to assist agencies to further develop, strengthen and showcase their organizational capacity. It contains tools, sample policies, checklists, and resources to help nonprofit organizations in areas of risk management, financial management, human resource management, customer service, and more.
This partnership project between CERIC and the University Career Centre Metrics Working Group has created a customized online resource, “Career Centre Evaluation: A Practitioner Guide” to guide university career centres in creating and implementing a comprehensive approach to evaluation. With theory, case studies and ready-to-use templates and tools, the guide covers such topics as choosing an evaluation framework and approach, scaling the approach to your needs, creating timelines and implementing evaluation activities, and reporting and using evaluation results for quality improvement, influencing and marketing.
This site provides job, information, resources for staffers, donors and volunteers in the Canadian not-for-profit sector. It also offers a vast array of career development/management resources for those employed in the non-profit sector and for administrators of non-profit organizations.
This book has become one of the prescribed texts for academic courses in Career Development and Career Counselling. Technology has continued to foster change and development in the field of career information. This fifth edition recognizes not only the elements of developing a career information centre that have remained the same over the years but those that have changed and evolved.
These online modules have been created to introduce staff to system concepts as well as specific system functionality. This pre-requisite approach will enable staff to develop a foundation of knowledge. The online modules in conjunction with the user guide and desk aids will support staff as they begin to use the Case Management System. The EO website link provides an orientation as well as interactive modules, http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/eotransformation/eois-cams_training.html
Whether you are new to outcomes assessment or an old hand, you will find what you need in our selection of guides, handbooks, articles, tips and case studies from experts in the field. We’ve organized the collection according to specific categories to make it easy to locate the resources relevant to you. Browse away and contact us should you have any questions or examples of other resources we should include.
LMAWorks.com is a site created for individuals, organizations and employers that have first-hand experience with the important role that LMA (Labour Market Agreements) programs play in communities from coast to coast to coast. The site will document success stories, examples of best practices and provide for a dynamic exchange of support and suggestions for the continuation of adaptive, flexible and responsive LMA programming.
This tool is being developed to provide information on the services and locations of youth employment agencies across Canada. New agency listings will be added regularly.