Staff

Staff

The management committee/board should ensure proper arrangements for the supervision, support, appraisal and remuneration of all staff including the employee in the most sen

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (Volunteer Now)

Volunteer Now was commissioned by the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS), to develop this publication, which contains minimum standards of best practice and guidance f

Example staff policies and procedures (Youthnet)

Example staff policies and procedures are available to download as Word documents from Youthnet NI's website.

These policies have been provided to promote the development of good practice within the voluntary youth sector.  They are available to download and use in your own setting.

Remember! Always ensure that example documents are tailored to meet the needs of your own organisation.

 

Legal responsibilities: where can I get more information?

Listed below (in alphabetical order) are a range of recommended sources of further information and advice regarding the legal responsibilities of Management Committees.

Health and safety information for small businesses

This booklet, entitled Protect your Profit, has been produced on behalf of the 26 Councils in Nort

Employing people (NI Business Info)

The NI Business Info site includes a very useful section on Employing People. Material is relevant to voluntary and community sector organisations employing staff.

Content includes guidance on your legal obligations as an employer with a number of interactive tools to help you assess current employment practices or even create terms and conditions of employment.

Equal opportunities and diversity (NI Business Info)

The NI Business Info site provides helpful guidance and resources on:

Ways of supervising your senior staff member

There are several ways to supervise your organisation's senior staff member. Supervision can be done by:

Terms and conditions for staff

NICVA's Staff Handbook is an up to date example of staff terms and conditions in the voluntary and community sector.

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