Feb 14, 2017 Toronto, Ontario – Hilborn:ECS together with partners CCEOC Inc. and The Goldie Company congratulate the recipients of the 2016 Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice (NEOC) Award.
In the second year of the program, eight organizations from across Canada fulfilled the requirements to be named a Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice.
The 2016 winners were:
Last year, in the inaugural year of the program, 10 organizations received the Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice designation.
The 2015 winners were:
All winners successfully completed the NEOC Organizational Profile and Employee Commitment Survey achieving a minimum overall score of 75% overall to qualify for the award.
In 2006 it was predicted that the nonprofit sector would experience a deficit of leaders. A decade later the Social Stanford Review reports that little progress has been made. A related concern for the sector has been the lack of talent management and gaps in the skill profile of the labour force. The NEOC Award process provides a framework to evaluate an organization's talent management issues and start constructing a corrective plan of action. This program further enables the board and senior staff to probe and analyze the issues and start the transformational change needed to achieve the impact the donor rightly expects. The bottom line is always about mission impact.
The Nonprofit Employer of Choice™ Awards (NEOC) recognizes organizations that have committed themselves to better business management practices ensuring successful mission achievement. Canada's nonprofit sector has recognized the vital importance of incorporating private sector business practices in areas such as marketing, financial accountability and people management while still honoring the sector’s best practices in service and mission delivery.
Applications Close: October 31, 2017
Canada's nonprofit sector has recognized the vital importance of incorporating private sector business practices such as developing data and information, utilizing targeted marketing messages and committing to excellence in human resources while still honoring the sector’s best practices.