Her coolness under pressure, self-discipline and the decisiveness of her government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has led some to call Ardern the most effective national leader in the world.
But the key ingredient to her popularity and effectiveness is her authenticity.
How do potential candidates feel about your organisation?
Your job ad is an introduction not just to a job, but to your organisation too. And if you want jobseekers to feel good about the work you do after reading your job ad, nothing beats video.
There are many NFPs out there creating fantastic recruitment videos — take a look at our favourites.
Beyond its obvious health impact, the economic impact of COVID-19 is huge. Many NFPs are unfortunately facing some of the toughest decisions in HR and recruitment — reducing work hours, standing down employees and redundancies.
These are difficult conversations to have, but there are some simple points to bear in mind that can ease the process for everyone.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to many organisations working from home. While this will save lives by limiting the transmission of COVID-19, it also poses significant challenges for employees’ wellbeing.
Here are four research-backed ways that NFPs can promote employees’ health and wellbeing during this crisis.
The Councils of Social Service (COSS) Network is partnering with Professor David Gilchrist (University of Western Australia) for a focused, free webinar on the applicability and accounting for JobKeeper payments. This webinar will cover the key elements and considerations for applying for JobKeeper Payments for staff at not-for-profits (NFPs) and charities.
The coronavirus pandemic has certainly created significant challenges for all NFPs. In the midst of these challenges, HR teams can play a key role in helping to steady the ship, maintain employee performance and morale, and ultimately support your organisation to navigate the new environments.
So how can you ensure you’re supporting your organisation and colleagues during these challenging times? Here are four tips to help you maximise the impact of your HR practices and adapt to the fast-changing environment.
For many, working from home is the new normal and poses all sorts of new challenges. Anyone in a position of management has, overnight, lost many of the tangible aspects of doing their job – particularly the non-verbal aspects of communication and how we interact in space, in person.
It is essential that managers are attuned to the various personal needs of their colleagues at this time. Here are five tips to help managers put themselves in the shoes of their colleagues and take their perspective.
The coronavirus pandemic has created uncertainty and instability that has the potential to exacerbate existing anxiety and depression, and contribute to the onset of new mental health problems.
Given this environment, understanding how to support people experiencing mental health issues is a pivotal part of guiding your team through these challenging times.
The Head of Operations People and Culture at the Black Dog Institute, Marian Spencer shares her tips for how you can spot the signs that a staff member might be going through mental health challenges, and what you can do to support them through it.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for employers, HR teams, managers, staff and volunteers across the NFP sector.
As we seek to support our community navigate these tough times, we’ve compiled a list of resources to help NFPs continue to attract, manage and retain your staff and volunteers at a time of incredible upheaval and challenges.
Want to hear from some of Australia’s most successful NFP organisations on how they attract, train and retain the best staff and volunteers? Then you can’t afford to miss the 2020 Not-For-Profit People Conference! But if you need help convincing your manager before you can join us and hundreds of other NFP professionals on 24 […]