REDB Mandate To facilitate and coordinate economic and social development for the communities in their regions. REDB Core Functions • Develop and coordinate the implementation of strategic economic plans (SEPs) in each zone; • Coordinate business ¬ 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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