Only a couple of years ago, teleworking was uncommon. Since then, the pandemic has sparked an electronic revolution in human resources management for charitable organizations. Now, the issue is not whether your organization will offer teleworking, full‑time or part-time, as an option. The issue is how your corporate culture and internal processes are going to adapt to ensure that working in hybrid mode runs smoothly.

This shift has led us to develop our second hands-on guide, this one focusing on safety and health for your employees, directors, volunteers and donors, as well as your rejuvenated fundraising activities. We do hope this guide will be of use and we encourage you to share it with others so that philanthropy has a sound basis going forward.

About the author

Daniel H. Lanteigne, Chartered Director (C.Dir.), Administrateur de sociétés certifié (ASC) [certified corporate director], Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), Conseiller en ressources humaines agréés (CRHA) [certified human resources advisor], is Senior Consultant and Director of Business Development for Montréal with BNP Philanthropic Performance. Daniel provides hands-on accompaniment to organizations and businesses wanting to develop their human and financial capacities to carry out their mission fully. His expertise encompasses fundraising, governance and human resources management. Daniel is also a lecturer in the certificate in philanthropy management program at the Université de Montréal. His involvement with numerous organizations includes chairing the board of directors of the Association of Professional Philanthropists, Quebec Chapter.