News archive: November 2012

Future of Work tackle the future of talent

By Maduri Moutou

The Future of Work consortium kicked off Phase 4 of their project with a masterclass on 26 November 2012 followed by a 48-hour online 'jam'. Themed around the future of talent - the event had over 100 participants in London. Many of the insights were incredibly helpful and some fascinating discussions really resonated with me:

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Read the full story  (29 November 2012)

Employee Engagement in a Nutshell

At our 2012 Members' Forum, Roger Parry, Agenda Consulting Director, profiled to participants the way in which successful employee engagement enhances overall organisational performance in his presentation "Employee Engagement in a Nutshell". This Q & A with Roger looks deeper into the topic of employee engagement, questions the difference between the corporate and NGO sector, outlines challenges and gives examples of when things go well, and not so well...

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Read the full story  (27 November 2012)

People In Aid launches 2012 Annual report

This year sees the first ever Annual report from People In Aid. In a year where we have surpassed the 200 member milestone, it seems timely to collate and review our efforts and achievements to share with you all.

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Read the full story  (19 November 2012)

Employment law, health and safety - do you know the facts?

We are hosting a special People In Aid Network meeting in collaboration with Peninsula Business Services on 5 December in London, UK. The event will bring together specialists from various NGOs with a responsibility for health and safety and employment law within their organisations.

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Read the full story  (13 November 2012)

NGO Rewards Conference

People In Aid invite you to attend our NGO Rewards Conference held in Nairobi, Kenya on 15th November.

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Read the full story  (9 November 2012)

Case Study: UNICEF - Using Simulations to Improve Emergency Response

This case study explains how the UNICEF used simulations to improve and prepare for emergency response whenever they occur.

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Read the full story  (6 November 2012)