Organizations

Agency Assessment Tool (2007)

For literacy and basic skills agencies

Literacy and Basic Skills agencies can use this tool to assess their organizational processses as part of their continuous improvement performance management systems. This tool can be used on its own or can be incorporated into existing self-assessment and continuous improvement processes already in place in an organization.

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2008-09-16

Agency assessment of organizational capacity - Guide (2007)

For literacy and basic skills (LBS) delivery agencies

This guide is intended to provide information for Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) funded agencies about what organizational processes need to be in place to implement a continuous improvement performance management system. To successfully implement such a system, an agency must have the organizational capacity to plan, track, organize, analyze and evaluate the results of its day to day operations.

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2008-09-16

Smartsteps to Organizational Excellence (2002)

This manual was put together by Community Literacy of Ontario (CLO) in order to help literacy agencies who might be struggling with administrative tasks or who need more training and resources to meet key administrative needs. In response to a 2001 survey of Ontario literacy agencies, the CLO developed five online workshops dealing with key administrative topics and produced a resource manual about organizational development.

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2008-03-26

The Role and Performance of Labour-sponsored Investment Funds in the Canadian Economy (1995)

An Institutional Profile

This research report was prepared to assist the Canadian Labour Market and Productivity Centre's (CLMPC) Task Force on Access to Capital, which has examined issues pertaining to the financing of Canadian high value - added investment. CLMPC research into labour-sponsored investment funds reflects original, detailed study of these relatively new actors in Canada's financial system.

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2007-08-28

How to Work with Volunteers (2005)

You can in the Yukon!

Many Yukon organizations including First Nation Governments use volunteers to help in the workplace and at special events in the community. Volunteers are people who have decided to give something back to their community by donating their time and skills. Organizations that use volunteers don't always spend enough time preparing to make their volunteer programs run smoothly.

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2007-07-26

Viewpoints '98 - Planning for Demographic Change in the Workforce (1999)

Analysis of the Business-Labour Survey and Case Study Research

This report examines both the planning for the replacement of retirees and the priority given to hiring youth. It uses economy wide evidence from the CLMPC Leadership Survey (described below) and supplements this with some workplace examples of practical actions and programs that have already been implemented.

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2007-07-19

An Overview of the National Literacy Secretariat Business and Labour Partnership (2007)

Policy Digest

The Business and Labour Partnership Program is a program of the National Literacy Secretariat, Human Resources and Social Development Canada started in 1988. Its aim was to develop and sustain partnerships between business, labour, education, and government sectors that would support adult work-related literacy.

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2007-07-17

Fostering Partnership Development (2007)

An Historical Look at the National Literacy Secretariat Business and Labour Partnership Program

This report represents the results of an interpretive case study conducted from December 2005 to December 2006. Conceptualization of the initial idea, the project purpose, target audiences, and design features evolved over months and included many expert opinions.

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2007-07-16

Moving Forward (2004)

A Strategy for the Integration of Internationally Trained Workers in Ottawa

This project was funded under the umbrella of the Voluntary Sector Initiative by the former Human Resource Development Canada.

The specific objectives of the project were:

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2007-05-25

Healthy Workplace Practices (2002)

ViewPoints 2002

This biennial survey was the fourth in a series initiated in 1996, and provides an opportunity to assess how the perspectives of these leaders on key issues have changed over six years. The 2002 survey received an 20% response rate, normal for surveys of this type.

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2007-05-16

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