Human Resource Management (HRM) is a management approach that enhances your organisation's performance by optimising your employee's opportunities to be effective and productive.

HRM activities include: planning, recruitment and selection, training, performance appraisal and remuneration.

You should also be aware of your obligations for Workplace Health and Safety and other Risk Management and Insurance considerations.

In this section you will find current news, resources and other information on the topic of human resource management.

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Good Foundations recently conducted a survey to start a discussion around the question, "What makes a not-for-profit well-run?". The objective of the research was to clarify how the sector defines and measures whether or not a not-for-profit organisation is well-run. The results of the survey were...
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The Share our pride website is designed to give non-Indigenous people a glimpse into the lives and cultures of Australia’s First People. It was developed by Reconcilitation Australia in response to a request from industry for an introductory site for employees. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
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Do you want to communicate more effectively with your clients that come from refugee backgrounds? Attend a one-day accredited training course to develop competency in working effectively with refugees. This course is part of the national training framework, and can be accredited towards a...
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Around 90 per cent of employees think mental health is an important issue for businesses, but only 50 per cent believe their workplace is mentally healthy. Promoting mental health in the workplace benefits everyone - employees, managers, business owners and organisational leaders. Everyone has a...
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During May to July 2015, QCOSS delivered a series of workshops that introduced participants to the Business Development Package, including the online Organisational Development Toolkit, developed as part of the Sector Readiness and Workforce Capacity Initiative. These free workshop were designed to...
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Have you ever wondered what type of leader you really are? Are you more focused on developing people or getting a task done? This short quiz will tell you! Learn about your leadership approach in this 20 question quiz. It will take less than 3 minutes to complete. The questions have been adapted to...
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There are a number of scholarships currently available to board members, managers and frontline workers in the community services sector. NFP Fullbright scholarship Westpac bicentennial social change fellowships Myer innovation fellowships Stanford Australia Foundation scholarship Stanford...
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The 2016 Australian of the Year Awards are now open for nomination. Each year our nation celebrates the achievement and contribution of eminent Australians through the Australian of the Year Awards by profiling leading citizens who are role models for us all. They inspire us through their...
Handbooks
On Tuesday 12 May 2015, Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, the Honourable Shannon Fentiman MP, officially launched National Volunteer Week and Volunteering Queensland's Community Resource Handbooks . “Research shows that...
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On 1 July 2015, the Australian Government is introducing new employment services – jobactive – to better meet the needs of job seekers and help employers to meet their recruitment needs. Work for the Dole is a key component of jobactive and will be rolled out nationally from 1 July 2015. Through...

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Effective communication
Author: 
Shelley Dunlop, QCOSS

The University of Western Sydney, in collaboration with the Western Sydney Community Forum, have developed a resource handbook titled “Developing a Common Language between...

Working together
Author: 
Shelley Dunlop, QCOSS

The Victorian Government offers a comprehensive guide to ensuring that your organisation has a conflict resilient workplace. Conflict is a normal and often...

Computer
Author: 
Craig Ford, Polymorphic Solutions

Your community organisation might have run on spreadsheets, shared folders and Access databases until one day, when you realised the systems don’t talk to each other and your organisation can’t grow without a single integrated system. Then it is time to consider a CRM (Client Relationship...

Communication
Author: 
Ted Flack, Third Sector Management Services

Setting the Scene

The Incorporated Associations Act and Corporations Law clearly state that the ultimate authority in incorporated bodies is the Board (sometimes more formally referred to as Committee of Management). The Board is legally responsible for appointing the Manager and...

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