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Global Healthy Workplace Summit 2015: Factors to consider when implementing a healthy workplace programme

By Jonathan Potter

In this final article on the Global Healthy Workplace Summit 2015, Jonathan Potter, Executive Director of People In Aid, highlights four factors to consider when implementing a wellness programme.

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Read the full story  (22 May 2015)

New case study: BRAC adopts a new HR model

In 2012, BRAC decided to implement a new strategic HR model to ensure the organisation's effectiveness and sustainability. This case study examines the HR initiatives undertaken, as well as the challenges, lessons learned, and impact of the model.

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Read the full story  (21 May 2015)

Case studies from finalists in the Global Healthy Workplace Awards 2015

By Jonathan Potter

Jonathan Potter, Executive Director of People In Aid, examines case studies from finalists in the Global Healthy Workplace Awards 2015 in Brazil. These case studies from Denmark, Pakistan, Brazil, USA, and the UK, highlight thinking and practical methods which People In Aid members may find useful in improving the health of their workplaces.

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Read the full story  (20 May 2015)

How does a humanitarian aid worker become an 'exemplary field leader'?

This final article on the research of Dr Scott Breslin highlights the features of exemplary humanitarian aid workers that contribute to their effectiveness and wellbeing at work. It then presents three recommendations for HR practitioners to ensure workplace conditions which support successful recruitment and retention of staff, as well as staff wellbeing and effective performance.

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Read the full story  (20 May 2015)

New case study: ActionAid Uganda reduces staff attrition with a new recruitment policy

In this case study, ActionAid Uganda shares an initiative it undertook to improve its staff recruitment process. By embedding a comprehensive recruitment guideline in its HR Policy manual, ActionAid Uganda has reduced staff attrition from 13% in 2013 to 10% in 2014.

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Read the full story  (20 May 2015)

Global Healthy Workplace Summit 2015: Reasons to improve workplace health

By Jonathan Potter

Jonathan Potter, Executive Director of People In Aid, writes from the Global Healthy Workplace Summit 2015 in Brazil on reasons to measure and improve workplace health.

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Read the full story  (18 May 2015)

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