Our roadmap

HR Intervals is committed to meeting the needs of our users and reflecting HR best practices across the charitable and nonprofit sector. We welcome you to explore the HR Intervals roadmap to understand where we are today and where we’re heading in the future.

Your feedback will help us improve HR Intervals, including the current and future content and features. Submit your feedback and tell us your thoughts on how we can continue helping nonprofit professionals better understand, address, and guide people management at their organizations.

Service launch

HR Intervals launched in late 2021 with an initial knowledge base of educational and practical resources designed specifically for charities and nonprofits, including the following categories:

  • Job Descriptions
  • Recruitment, Selection, and Onboarding
  • Equity and Decent Work
  • Performance Management
  • Strategic HR Planning
  • HR Policies
  • Workplace Wellness

These categories were prioritized for launch based on user research and their popularity within the former HR Council’s toolkit (read more about our history).

Content and feature development

In 2022, we will make targeted improvements to the existing knowledge base in response to user feedback and add new content and features, including the following categories:

  • Total Rewards (Compensation and Benefits)
  • Learning, Training, and Development
  • Sample HR Policies
  • Non-Standard Employment Relationships
  • Employment Legislation

One of our major goals for 2022 is to continue fostering co-creation and partnership — evidencing “for the sector, by the sector” throughout HR Intervals. Our plan is to develop an Advisory Committee to lead the identification, prioritization and development of future HR Intervals content and features.

Expanding our impact

With the help of future partners, we’re seeking to build a diverse, national network of nonprofit organizations that will work together to increase knowledge about people management in charities and nonprofit organizations; and help employers and workers improve their ability to plan and make decisions about their labour force needs and career paths.

If you share our vision, we'd love to partner with you.

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