We provide HR advice and guidance on a range of topics to help voluntary and community organisations deal with HR matters effectively.
We also provide examples of HR policies through publishing our staff handbook.
Please be aware that these policies have been scrutinised and approved by the NICVA Executive Committee for use as NICVA policies alone, ie they are not intended for use in other organisations. We strongly advise that before implementing any HR policy in an organisation it should be agreed by a board or management committee and that the full implications of the policy are considered.
This week the LRA (Labour Relations Agency) published its new guide to support employees and employers with managing vaccination issues in the workplace.
None of us could have predicted the impact COVID-19 would have on every area of our lives.
JobStart is a new employer incentive scheme from the Department for Communities that will help young people at risk of long term unemployment to get into the job market by providing government funding for employers to create job opportunities.
The National Minimum and National Living Wage rates will increase on 1 April 2021.
Level 3 QUB politics students are keen to gain first hand experience in the voluntary and community sector. Would your organisation be interested in hosting some of them in January 2021?
The National Joint Council for Local Government Services pay agreement has been confirmed, with a cost of living increase of 2.75% from 01 April 2020.
Navigating through the workplace and people challenges caused by Covid-19 can be difficult. This is particularly the case for small charities – many of whom have either a limited or no HR function.
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.
On 27 May The Labour Relations Agency (LRA) delivered their first online webinar as part of NICVA's webinar series.
Do you employ overseas staff? The UK Migration Advisory Council is seeking your views on new work visa rules for NI
The UK Migration Advisory Council is seeking employers' views on the new 'Shortage Occupation List' of skills shortage areas which will be used to help determine which overseas citizens are granted visas to work in Northern Ireland.
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Essential HR for Trustees
3 Nov 2021 -
16:00 to 17:00