Author Archives: Monina Febria



Monina Febria

Monina is ONN's Decent Work Project Lead. Her focus is building a decent work movement in the nonprofit sector through policy advocacy, resources, practices and more – including leading our pension plan framework into implementation. She knows the sector and network building well, coming most recently from the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council where she worked for five years, connecting over 100 professional immigrant networks, community agencies and other stakeholders in the immigrant employment landscape. Her previous experience includes research, policy, and member services work for the federal government, the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants and Amnlae La Casa de la Mujer (Nicaragua), among others.

The long or short road to retirement
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The long or short road to retirement

In our June 2016 blog, we highlighted how the pensions file at ONN grew out of our decent work agenda and why nonprofit workers deserve to retire with a pension plan. In the nonprofit sector, a lot of people do not have a workplace pension plan but wish they did, while others do not know where to begin on retirement planning, especially workers at the...

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19 May 2017
We can all be allies for creating decent work
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We can all be allies for creating decent work

With the final recommendations of the Changing Workplaces Review coming this spring and potential changes to Ontario’s employment and labour laws, the launch of the Better Way Alliance is bringing  attention to employers who are championing decent work practices such as fair wages, stable employment and paid sick days. The Better Way Alliance is made up of over 20 small businesses and nonprofits in Ontario,...

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12 Apr 2017