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CULTURAL HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL


The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) brings together cultural workers and employers to address training, career development and other human resource issues.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Release of the 2019 Labour Market Information study of Canada’s cultural workforce

To all Canadian arts and culture sector workers, employers and organizations, the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is proud to announce the release of the 2019 Labour Market Information study (LMI) of Canada’s cultural workforce. This study was undertaken in collaboration with the Conference Board of Canada (CBoC); and was funded by the Government of Canada's Sectoral Initiatives Program.

CHRC Newsletter September 2019

  • A National Code of Conduct for the Performing Arts
  • Maintaining Respectful Workplaces Workshops
  • More Tools to Help Employers Deal with Harassment: RWA Legislative Webcasts
  • Developing a Reporting Mechanism for Harassment
  • Support for Investigations
  • Talent to Lead (T2L) completes a third cohort
  • Labour Market Information Study of the Cultural Workforce 2019 - Release
  • Arts Futures 2019 - Immersive Technology as an Artistic Medium
  • From Qaggiavuut - CHRC's PATAC partner in Nunavut
  • Job Postings on CultureWorks.ca

Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Consultant to Develop a Reporting Mechanism for Harassment in Arts Workplaces

The purpose of this RFP is to solicit expressions of interest from qualified consultants in developing a reporting mechanism for harassment in arts workplaces in Canada, in both English and in French.

CHRC Newsletter July 2019

  • CHRC’s 25th Annual General Meeting – June 19 in Toronto
  • The Search for a new ED
  • LMI Study on the Home Stretch
  • Workshops on Maintaining Respectful Workplaces
  • Arts Futures 2 on “Immersive Storytelling” is Underway!
  • A New Digital Sector Network: MASSIVart - Making Diversity Count
  • New Stats Can Trade Numbers
  • Job Postings on CultureWorks.ca

CHRC’s Executive Director is retiring…

The Cultural Human Resources Council is launching a search over the summer to replace its long time ED, Susan Annis, who is leaving the position in September.

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