Running your Organisation (COVID19)
Running and adapting your organisation to manage the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on operations and services.
The guidance produced by the Northern Ireland Executive, sets out an overview of the current coronavirus restrictions.
If you missed our webinar on Identifying and Managing Risk on 7 October 2020 you can watch it now via the link below.
As many voluntary and community organisations begin to make important preparations for reopening offices and community facilities, NICVA have arranged a series of seminars to help prepare for that return.
Alex Hastings, NICVA's HR manager, gives us a few things to consider in terms of human resources as we return to premises and work. Below are 6 HR take-aways from the Return to Premises webinar on 22 July 2020.
On Wednesday 22 July 2020 NICVA hosted a webinar with speakers from Public Health Agency (PHA), Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and Marsh Ltd on return to premises with 289 people attending.
Many organisations are preparing to return to their premises safely. It is essential that risk assessments are carried out for both your building and your activities. This article provides some templates as well as helpful advice.
Organisations returning to work or returning staff to the workplace will face a very different environment. This article which includes infection control and wellbeing, is one in series of articles outlining issues to consider.
If you missed our recent webinar on 'Trustee responsibilities under GDPR' you can watch it now via the link below.
If you missed our recent webinar on 'Managing finance in difficult times' delivered by Tony Clarke from Clarke & Co Accountants Ltd, you can watch it now via the link below.
The Government announced two Loan Schemes, both delivered by the British Business Bank to provide funding for organisations.
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Share your COVID-19 support service information
Organisations providing support to people and communities during the COVID-19 emergency can share their service information