Have you considered that almost every potential employee who considers applying for a job with your organisation will read through your website, and use it to decide whether to apply for the job or not? When EthicalJobs.com.au surveyed our community of ethical job-seekers in 2014, they told us that checking out their website was by far the most popular way to assess a potential employer. Read more »
In recruitment, the easiest thing to do is the same thing you’ve always done. But it’s always worth double-checking your selection process to consider what you could be doing better.
In this post, we look at extensive research which provides some excellent, and at times surprising, insights into what the most effective selection tools and recruitment processes are. Read more »
If you’ve hired the wrong person for a job, can you train and develop them to become the right person?
According to research by human resources firm DDI, for certain facets of work, training is just not a solution for poor hiring decisions. The solution rather, is taking the time to develop excellent recruitment processes in the first place. Read more »
A sudden resignation and the weeks that follow can be a disruptive time for any organisation, especially close-knit not-for-profits. Here are some key lessons to guide NFP organisations through this turbulent time, and the transition period that follows. Read more »
Whether it’s due to funding uncertainty, workplace challenges or personal burn out, even the most passionate and dedicated not-for-profit workers can lose their mojo.
So here are five signs that your staff might be disengaging, and five ways to reignite their passion. Read more »
Employing people with disability doesn’t need to be expensive or hard – and it could prove to be one of the best decisions your organisation ever makes.
In this guest post, CEO of not-for-profit job agency Ostara Australia, Tom Baxter, provides practical advice for you to welcome employees with disability into your organisation. Read more »
Have funding cuts and uncertainty left your organisation considering restructuring and/or redundancies? People are at the heart of all NFP organisations, so when the going gets tough ensuring people are treated with dignity and respect is of utmost importance. A new guide created specifically for not-for-profit leaders aims to help NFP leaders to manage staff… Read more »
Are you working at a small not-for-profit organisation and would love some assistance to attend this year’s Not-For-Profit People Conference?
EthicalJobs.com.au is excited to announce that we’re now accepting scholarship applications for our third annual Not-For-Profit People Conference. Read more »
Frontline leadership expert and former human resources practitioner Karen Schmidt recently presented on “Leading people down the path of change” at a series of Not-For-Profit People Breakfasts in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. In this guest post, Karen uses her ‘Workplace Gardening Philosophy’ to outline four vital steps NFP leaders need to take to manage change… Read more »
The Young and Well CRC is an international research centre, based in Melbourne, that focuses on the role technologies can play in improving young people’s mental health and wellbeing. Young and Well CRC is also a leader in workplace health and wellbeing. In 2014, they publicly released their innovative and comprehensive wellbeing policy, with the… Read more »