The NLREDA mandate is to represent the 19 Regional Economic Development Boards of the province on issues of common concern. As well, the association was formed to promote and strengthen relationships, communications, human resources and organizational dev ¬ READ MORE
Includes material that will help not-for-profit organizations effectively develop their staff to chieve maxium human resources output. The NL HR Manual is an excellent source of templates.
This manual serves as a guide that covers common professional development requirements that each organization shares. The topics that are possibly common between all three organizations (but are not limited to): learning plans, performance appraisals, mentorship, community capacity building, strategic planning, effective meetings and public speaking, human resources tools and templates.
Examples of employment references from Chris King- McInnis Cooper Law Firm
Guide to providing and requesting employment references from Chris King, McInnis Cooper Law Firm
The Rise of Skills: Human Capital, the Creative Class and Regional Development
Focuses on fostering the skillset of employees as they engage in regional economic development
This best practices manual serves as a day-to-day reference guide, which covers many common activities within each board including such topics as (but not limited to): recruitment, hiring procedures, training and performance objectives, employment development, and employee stress. As a volunteer based effort, Regional Economic Development Boards (REDBs) are not comprised of members from various educational and professional backgrounds. While this provides the REDBs with a variety of experienced members from many different sectors, these volunteers may require a level of guidance on various human resources practices in order to effectively manage the operations of the board.
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