Further employment information

This is a list of more places to go for employment-related information.

Employment New Zealand - The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Employment New Zealand is the go-to for general employment related matters. This can be found here.

Mana Mahi Workplace Wellbeing Project 

A one-stop employment relations resource designed specifically for tangata whenua, community and voluntary sector organisations. This can be found here.

Community Law Manual: Community Organisations and the Law

The Community Law Manual covers many of the key legal issues that organisations working in the community not-for-profit sector will need to be aware of. This can be found here.

CommunityNet Aotearoa's Human Resources information

There are some useful employment resources on the CommunityNet Aotearoa website.

There are human resources samples and templates. They can be found here

Diversity Works Toolkits

Resources designed to help employers explore and implement a range of equal employment opportunities and diversity management strategies. These can be found here

Human Resources Institute of NZ

Human Resources information and links that are useful for employers. Their site can be found here

Sport New Zealand 

Sport NZ has guides and information on how to find and keep volunteers, and the experiences of volunteers. These can be found here

Our Community (Australia) 

A help-sheet from the Australian Institute of Community Practice and Governance for planning, recruiting, managing and retaining volunteers. This can be found here

Volunteering England

An English website with lots of resources for managing volunteers. Their website can be found here

Volunteering Canterbury Resources

A range of sample documents and templates to assist with the involvement and administration of volunteers. These can be found here

Volunteering New Zealand

Information and useful resources related to volunteering, including policies and guidelines, templates, research, and books and publications. Their website can be found here

 

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