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What’s New

 

Extreme Makeover!

As you may have noticed, ContactPoint.ca underwent a radical new design earlier this year in our continual efforts to improve and be of greater service to it’s users.

 

Based on feedback from industry professionals, colleagues, and partner organizations, the need for doing this was clear. With our expanded content and content delivery channels, we can now reach a larger, more diversified group of professionals, and also provide our partners with more options in reaching their intended audiences through advertising.

 

The goals of the re-design were to enhance the online experience, making it as user-friendly as possible; deliver relevant and timely information to our end-users; implement industry standard technologies; allow for better performance and traffic monitoring; and update our overall image.

 

New features on ContactPoint.ca include RSS feeds, YouTube-style video, an upgraded ListServ which now has over 1,700 subscribers, and practitioner blogs written by our esteemed colleagues, Dr.John-Paul Hatala, Melissa Macfarlane and Isabel Savoie.

 

What hasn’t changed is our focus on delivering content that is both useful and current. Our popular sections continue to be our Online Resources, Job Boards, Bulletin newsletters, and Networking lists.

 

We are mindful of our mission to advance the knowledge of our colleagues by delivering content they depend on to make informed decisions. We are confident that our new website will allow us to fulfill our mission and ultimately enhance end-user value.

 

We wish to thank you for your patience and feedback during the process and if you have any questions or comments regarding our new website, please contact us at:

admin@contactpoint.ca.

Write an Article for the Bulletin!
ContactPoint is looking for writers interested in submitting articles for an upcoming issue of the Bulletin newsletter. Deadline for submission is September 15, 2009. 

To submit an article or for more information, please contact us at admin@contactpoint.ca

 

The Fall 2009 issue will feature articles on the subject of HR/Corporate/Workplace Issues.

 

Potential topics could include:

  • Organizational career development
  • Human resource information for small and medium businesses
  • Hiring practices of companies
  • Privacy trends and practices affecting human services in private sector
  • Conflict resolution in the workplace
  • Conflict mediation
  • Human rights in the workplace
  • Workplace bullying
  • Evaluation of training results in the corporate environment

All submitted materials become the property of the ContactPoint Bulletin. We reserve the right to edit all submissions for length and content. Views expressed by practitioners are no necessarily those of ContactPoint. Mention of programs, services, product and initiatives is not an endorsement of these items.

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