Human Resources

Workforce Re-Entry Toolkit

The Workforce Re-Entry Toolkit (UST) provides helpful checklists, letter templates, sample policies, and response plans designed to help nonprofit leaders prepare to re-enter the workplace. It also includes an on-demand webinar with tips for welcoming employees back to the office while maintaining compliance with state and federal COVID-19 regulations.

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Kelley Consulting Firm

Kelley Consulting Firm is a human resources and management consulting firm that specializes in HR, equity, diversity, inclusion, training, and education. Kelley Consulting firm consulting firm that provides many services such as investigations, training, organizational development, assessments, audits, policy reviews, studies, EEO, Affirmative Action, and conflict resolution. Kelley Consulting Firm assists organizations and groups in creating effective relationships to drive group and organizational missions. The firm is currently located in Morrisville, North Carolina.

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Practice the ‘Human’ in Human Resources

Jeanne Tedrow, President & CEO, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

In the best of times, organizations will identify and implement best practices for human resources and personnel management. These practices evolve and adapt to meet the needs of the nonprofit as it builds, thrives, and sustains itself over time. Following these practices helps nonprofits offer our employees and volunteers an optimal working environment.

Leveraging LinkedIn as HR Professionals

As a nonprofit organization, it's important to connect with people. Investing 30 minutes on two or three days a week, your nonprofit can substantially raise your organization's visibility, build your brand, and use LinkedIn's capabilities to leverage existing connections to reach a wider audience of not only the people you know, but also the people they know. Presented by Michelle Weathersby, CEO & Executive Leadership/Career Coach & Consultant of LENS Consulting Firm, this webinar will explore:

JER HR Group, LLC

JER HR Group is a leading human resources firm helping great organizations, large and small, to be their best. Our team of experienced professionals work collaboratively with clients to solve big challenges, developing effective solutions tailored to, and aligned with, the client's work culture and business strategy.

JER HR Group is your one-stop HR solution:

Compensation Consulting
Leadership Development & Assessment
Recruiting & Talent Management
HR Consultation, Polices & Services
Change Management
Safety & HR Training

www.jerhrgroup.com

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Artificial Intelligence to Recruit and Fundraise

Marie-Line Germain, HR Consulting Initiative

Through the HR Consulting Initiative at Western Carolina University, some of our nonprofit clients (including Center Members) have sought advice on how to recruit employees more effectively. To recruit (and to fundraise), Artificial Intelligence has proven to be effective.

NC Needs Family Friendly Workplaces Now to Develop Workforce of the Future

Lisa Finaldi, North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation

Ask a three-year-old what she wants to be when she grows up, and the answer is just as likely to be superhero or mermaid as veterinarian or engineer. 

But inside that preschooler’s brain, a foundation is being built that will play a large role in determining her future school and career success. That’s because during a child’s earliest years, his or her experiences are built into the body, shaping the architecture of the brain and creating the foundation for future learning and health. 

The Next Dimension of Equity: Including People with Disabilities as Part of Nonprofit Diversity Work

Disability is a social construct defining what is "normal" and what is not. For organizations already building an understanding of race, gender, and other social constructs and their consequences, this webinar offers a framework to help leaders consider disability in equity planning and identify ways their nonprofit can better include people with disabilities on its staff and board, and among its target population.