About Our Networks

People In Aid offers free spaces or “Networks” for our members to meet and discuss issues with individuals in similar positions.

The networks are highly interactive and we encourage those within the humanitarian and development sector to connect with them on a regular basis.
 

Some of our networks offer:

Forums

Bringing together communities to answer and post queries. Join the discussion and and share your experiences.

Wikis

A space where members can upload and share information. Everything is free to be edited by members of the network.

Resources

Accessible through our resource page and our wikis, improve your organisation’s human resources and people management by making use of the hundreds of practical resources we offer.

Events

Our events offer valuable face to face networking. Receive vital training and materials, make connections and learn from your peers.

 

Reward Network

Should I join?

This network is made up of Compensation and Benefit Specialists, Reward advisers and other HR practitioners involved in designing and implementing Rewards strategy.

The Reward Network provides a space to meet and discuss current issues in reward, compensation and benefits within organisations, and opportunities to reflect and act on salary surveys findings.

 

Staff Care Network

Should I join?

The group is made up of HR Practitioners, Health and Safety Specialists, Security Advisors and Well-being experts.

Alternating between the 3 big topics of health, safety and security of aidworkers, the themes have all been member-led and have included crisis management, managing stress and wellbeing. The group is free for People In Aid members to join.

 

Humanitarian HR Network

Should I join?

HHR brings together HR practitioners and line managers. It is our biggest network, improving the ability of participating organisations, both individually and as a community, to fund, select, prepare and retain personnel for emergency operations. 

The HHR Online network is free for all to join.

 

Learning and Development Network

Should I join?

The group is aimed at L&D and OD Practitioners (Manager, Coordinator etc), OD specialists and Talent Managers, as well as HR Managers with responsibility for L&D activities.

The L&D Practitioners' Network is a space for our members to meet and discuss the L&D issues that they are grappling with in their agencies. This is the most recent group, created in 2011, and meeting quarterly. The member-led half-day meetings have a mix of external speakers, members sharing good practice and discussion groups.

This network offers:

 

HR Managers’ Network

Should I join?

The group is aimed at HR Managers, business partners and advisers.

The HR Managers' Network is a space for our members to meet and discuss issues that they are grappling with in their agencies. The group has been meeting face to face for over 4 years, and the member-led half-day sessions have a mix of external speakers, members sharing good practice and discussion groups.