The Cultural Human Resources Council has announced dates and key speakers for its 2012 National HR Forum, designed to “build bridges” between cultural leaders, educators and trainers – September 26 and 27 in Toronto. To learn more, please visit culturalhrc.ca.
The Cultural Human Resources Council has just released Culture 3.0, a study on the impact of emerging digital technologies on human resources in the cultural sector. An executive summary and recommendations are available on the CHRC’s website at culturalhrc.ca. The report identifies and analyses the impact of emerging digital technologies on human resources from the Read more about What are you reading?[…]
The Cultural Human Resources Council, a national sector council established in 1995 to address the training and career development needs of employers and cultural workers in the arts, culture and heritage sectors, has recently learned that its core federal funding will be eliminated as of March 31, 2013. CHRC is not the only sector council Read more about Government Funding News – Cuts and Otherwise[…]
The Cultural Human Resources Council has recently launched an interactive on-line forum on the impact of emerging digital technologies on the cultural sector – and every week, they’ve invited a different thought leader from the Canadian cultural field to muse aloud about what the digital tsunami might mean to their world and their artistic practice. Read more about What are you reading?[…]
The Cultural Human Resources Council has recently released a study entitled Employment Insurance Special Benefits for Self-Employed People: The Impact on Artists and Cultural Workers Self-employed Canadians are able to enroll in the Employment Insurance program and become eligible to receive these EI special benefits effective January 1, 2011: Maternity Benefits, Parental Benefits, Compassionate Care Read more about What Are You Reading?[…]