This month, John Morrow, JB Were’s Head of Philanthropy, wrote a blog for Do Good Jobs regarding the report’s results, with a focus on the for-purpose workforce.
Everyone has the same right to work. Employers have had low standards when it comes to recruiting disabled workers for years. As a result, the workforce of disabled people is greatly underutilised. Learn how employing people with disabilities can help you achieve greater success and diversity in the workplace.
Joining a not for profit board can be a great opportunity to both boost your personal development and give back to your community. But here are some things to consider before you join.
The Well – is a mental health gym – and will help your well-being become a weekly habit with a focus on relaxation, reflection, connection and expression.
Each team member’s mental wellness is critical to the success of your organisation. Leaders at all levels must make a conscious effort to improve their teams’ mental health on a regular basis.
To have the biggest effect at work — and to feel the most fulfilled — we must tap into the underlying meaning of our work.
Workplace emotional culture has a significant impact on what it’s like to work at a given company. We believe that if you want to ensure that your change projects succeed, that your teams are engaged, productive, and resilient, and that your working relationships are marked by trust, empathy, and respect, you must pay attention to and understand your organization’s emotional culture.
Are you ready make a change in your career? If you want to find a job that will make you happy, the first step would be finding your ikigai. Learn how to find your ikigai in this article.
How should you negotiate a salary offer to ensure you get what you deserve? Here are some tips to help you succeed in negotiating a salary whether at the interview or when asking for a pay raise.
Wondering how to prepare for a non-profit job interview? This article shares how to prepare for common job interview questions, and some tips on the best way to answer them.
We all experienced stress in different ways during the COVID-19 and it’s more important than ever to take care of our wellbeing.
Are you still feeling motivated at work or you always wish that days pass quickly that it’s finally weekend? It could be a telltale sign that you need to move jobs.
Oftentimes. you search for a job that can provide financial stability rather than a job that is in alignment with your passion. With the right knowledge and mindset, you can find a meaningful career that meets your passion and purpose in life.
For years now, busy has been worn as a badge of honour, although recognition of the importance of nurturing our hauora, our wellbeing — both in and out of work — seems to be on the rise.
Providing an environment that promotes positive mental health has clear benefits for companies as a whole, including an increased level of productivity, reduced errors and a decrease in sick days.
Hands up if you feel confident you’re doing enough to support your own wellbeing?
One of the key factors linked with employment satisfaction and retention is the degree to which people have the opportunity to know, use and are managed by using their strengths at work.
Five insights and tips from a recruitment expert to make sure you wow at your next interview!
Guest blog: Lyn Brieseman, Senior Consultant and Strategic Pay — As an employer how do you know how much to pay your people? Strategic Pay surveys not-for-profit organisations on what they are paying their people as part of our regular survey of what is being paid across the whole market. Our recent survey in May 2017 surveyed […]