Every charity wants to hire well. The time and money that goes into sourcing top talent is one of the most important investments that a charity will ever make. As the Canadian population continues to age, hiring well will remain one of the greatest challenges that Christian employers face from a Human Resources perspective.
In addition to technical competence, Christian charities also place great importance on cultural fit and hiring staff members that share their religious convictions and subscribe to their statements of faith. For this reason, it is critical that charities understand the implications of Human Rights legislation when it comes to structuring the hiring process.
Charities that consistently hire well will be at a distinct advantage in accomplishing their goals and objectives. This section will explore how charities can hire well from a best practice and faith-based perspective.
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