Congratulations on your new position! You must now determine whether or not to accept it. You’ve done your homework and are familiar with the company’s public image, but how can you determine whether or not you’d be pleased working there? Here are some simple things you may do to assist you in making your decision.
True productivity entails doing more of what matters rather than simply checking chores off a to-do list. Begin with these simple tips and watch your productivity rise and win back your time.
Working for a non-profit organization can be a thrilling experience. You’re part of a group of people that are passionate about making the world a better place, and each day is a step closer to that objective. Check out our guide to the top ten contemporary For-Purpose dream jobs and see if one of these jobs match your skills.
Sickness absence is one of the most onerous challenges an employer faces in guaranteeing the smooth operation of an organisation. It can be tough to keep absenteeism under control. Fortunately, there are ways to plan ahead of time and, in the end, improve sick leave for everyone’s benefit at work.
If you’re considering of working for a not-for-profit organisation, you’re about to begin on a rewarding and exciting career path. Getting a job, which requires interview preparation, would most likely be the first difficulty. Probably the first challenge will be getting a job, which means preparing for the interview. As with any line of work, there are certain specifics to know when preparing for the job interview.
Whether you plan to leave your job in search of something better or stay put and negotiate for better terms, the tips in this blow will help you take advantage of the “Great Resignation” to improve your career – both in terms of how it fits you and how it contributes to the kind of world we’re trying to build back better.
Many employees have been quitting their jobs and many organisations are having trouble filling their current openings. As an employer, there are lots to be concerned about, but there are also some steps you can do to help you keep your employees through the Great Resignation.
There may not be a more sensitive job interview question than “What is your expected salary?” Not only is it difficult for many individuals to talk about money, but giving the wrong answer might immediately eliminate you from consideration or force you to work for less than you deserve.
What is the purpose of your organisation? What was the purpose of its creation? What difference does it make? Let us help you to find out how you can make a start in this blog.
The events of the past couple of years took a strange, unexpected toll on the labor market. Here are the workplace trends HR pros and employers will want to prepare for as we turn the calendar year.
Reflecting on the previous year entails examining the highs and lows, wins and defeats, and evaluating them in order to enhance one’s overall performance in the coming year.
2021 has been a big year of growth for Do Good Jobs. We’re ready for an even bigger 2022. To continue to help us roll out even more impact in 2022, we will be increasing our prices. These prices will come into effect on January 1st. This added income is crucial to growing our team, […]
A question we often get asked at Do Good Jobs, from employers and job seekers, is how we decide which jobs are ‘good’ and whether we let ‘just anyone’ list with us.
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.
Should you wait until May for your new hire? In this article we provide options on the different options ways you can consider if you need to hire.
This article is about planning and how it may assist you to be more productive and less stressed in your everyday routines. It can assist you in embracing planning and creating plans that work for you so that you can live a less stressful life.
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.
Grants make up a key part of the fundraising mix for many Kiwi not-for-profit organisations. If you are new to this space or want to ramp up your grant income, check out this Do Good Live Chat. In this Do Good Live Chat we have two experts on this topic – Dave Marsh and Stephanie […]
Employees of all ages are affected by age discrimination. Many employers may be unaware of the impact of age-related biases on their employment decisions. There are easy steps you can take to guarantee you’re not discriminating against candidates or workers based on their age or making assumptions about how their age affects their ability to perform a job.
It was a pleasure for the Do Good Jobs team to interview Rachael Elder, filmmaker, writer, sexual harm prevention advocate and Business Development Manager at Inspiring Stories. She spied an ad for her current role through Do Good Jobs and it brought her to Te Whanganui-a-Tara where she is right at home with creatives, change-makers […]