HR

There are three pillars (outcomes) of human resources in self assurance.

Click on the plus sign for the building blocks (supporting outcomes) of human resources, then find some Things to Think About to help you develop your Governance, Finance and Control framework.

Legal obligations to employees and volunteers have been met

Self-assurance supporting outcomes Things To Think About        
8.1 All employees have been provided with signed written particulars of employment including details of pensions and auto-enrolment. Standard contracts subject to a full review in the last three years arrow
8.2 Job descriptions are provided for each role and are regularly reviewed and maintained arrow

An employee induction programme is in place with policies and procedures to support employees new to the organisation

Self-assurance supporting outcomes Things To Think About         
9.1 An employee induction programme has been developed with policies and procedures to support employees new to their organisation or new to their role. arrow

9.2 The following human resources policies and procedures (see examples below) are in place and attached. Each policy/procedure has been reviewed and updated if required in the last two years.

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9.3 Key volunteers have role descriptions. arrow

A sound system of staff and volunteer development and performance management is in place

Self-assurance supporting outcomes Things To Think About  
10.1 An annual performance appraisal system is documented and in place for all staff members and key volunteers. arrow
10.2 The Board has completed a performance appraisal of the Chief Executive in the past year. arrow