Recruiting über persönliche Kontakte – Mitarbeiterempfehlungen

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Facebook takes another step into crisis response

SAN FRANCISCO — An explosion in Benghazi, Libya. A tropical cyclone in Tonga. An earthquake in Hualien City, Taiwan.

Having first introduced Safety Check, which allows users to mark themselves as safe following a disaster, Facebook rolled out Community Help, which allows people to find and give help after a crisis. Until this week, individuals working for aid organizations could only engage with the disasters listed on Facebook’s Crisis Response page through their personal Facebook profiles. But on Thursday, the company announced that organizations and businesses will now be able to post in Community Help.

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Warum die CEO-Agenda das HR neu definiert

Wenn Organisationen sich fundamental verändern, dann gilt dies ebenso für die HR-Funktion. Warum jedoch gerät HR in Transformationen teilweise unter die Räder, anstatt ihr wichtigster Treiber zu sein? Mirjam Bamberger, HR-Chefin der AXA Schweiz und Strategieberater Ansgar Thiessen formulieren im Gastbeitrag Antworten auf die Frage, welche strategische Rolle HR in Zukunft spielen kann.

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Aus-, Weiterbildungs- und Umschulungskosten: Worauf Arbeitgeber achten sollten

Seit 1. Januar 2018 unterstützt der Bund mit der Subjektfinanzierung Personen, die sich auf eine eidgenössische Prüfung vorbereiten. Das wirkt sich auf die firmeninterne Aus- und Weiterbildungs­unterstützung, die Lohnbuchhaltung und den Lohnausweis aus.

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Oxfam sexual abuse scandal: Are the aid sector’s HR systems failing?

LONDON — In the wake of news that some of the men involved in the Oxfam sexual misconduct scandal went on to find work elsewhere in the aid sector, humanitarian organizations are being forced to examine the human resources and safeguarding practices that allowed alleged perpetrators of sexual exploitation to move from disaster zone to disaster zone, ignored or undetected.

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7 issues that will shape the humanitarian agenda in 2018

Syria enters its seventh year of fighting in 2018. Hunger and disease will affect millions of people in Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. Around the world, people will flee conflict only to become trapped in misery, as seen in Libya. People will suffer from immediate and long-term effects of conflict and violence, as I witnessed in Central African Republic earlier this month.

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Fighting abuse, exploitation and harassment in our work environment

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) promotes a working environment free of harassment and abuse. Our leadership has unequivocally committed to fight abuse and to reinforce mechanisms and procedures to prevent and address it. This includes enhancing grievance channels at all levels of the organisation, and supporting victims and whistle-blowers.

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Q&A: Mercy Corps CEO on the NGOs of the future

„The organization of the future has to wrestle with a more fragile world in which the drivers of poverty are conflict and violence, not underdevelopment as we used to think of before.“ Mercy Corps Chief Executive Officer Neal Keny-Guyer talks to Devex about partnerships, technology, and how NGOs will need to adapt and evolve as we head towards 2030.

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Just Working Harder Won’t Get You Ahead. Working Smarter Will.

At an old job, I worked with a person I had been following for years and whose work I deeply admired. He’s not much older than I am, and we had worked in similar-ish jobs, but he just seemed so much better than I was at the time.

After a few months of working with him, it became obvious why that was: A crazy work ethic and drive, yes, but he had figured out what to do and how to react in situations that would’ve left me stumped. It seemed like he had a playbook for every scenario, and the next move was automatic.
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