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  • HR toolkit
    Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education Workplace Initiatives. Updated 2012

    This site provides information and tools – including guides, checklists and downloadable templates – for small and medium sized employers in Nova Scotia to assist in recruitment, retention, development and inclusiveness. See the Managing a Diverse Workplace section for practical guidance on creating an inclusive workplace and effectively managing diverse staff.
  • HR toolkit
    HR Council for the Nonprofit Sector. Updated 2015

    A comprehensive online resource designed to help managers, employees and board members better understand, address and manage human resources issues. Content on all aspects of HR: planning, policies and legislation, job descriptions, recruitment, selection, retention, education and employee wellness, plus a focus on diversity at work. The Resource Index provides quick access to all tools, templates, reports and checklists provided throughout.
  • First Nations communications toolkit
    Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada and Tewanee Consulting Group, Updated 2015

    A resource for individuals seeking to learn how communication activities can support the objectives of their community. Though designed explicitly for First Nations communicators, those from other backgrounds may benefit from its best practices. Each section provides a broad overview of a specific topic, such as communications planning, branding, community engagement, and web and social media. Includes templates, samples and a resource section with references for more information.
 
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