HR Systems

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IILA A.

Global Fairness Through Global Law

Posted Date
May 24, 2019
Location
Virtual volunteer opportunity
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Impact statement
This project will save us $6,746 , allowing us to support Sierra Leone in human rights law capacity building.

Project Details

What We Need
  • Audit of the existing systems and processes; the audit is limited to hiring and termination practices, work scheduling, payroll processing, benefits administration, insurance, and compliance with federal and state employment laws
  • Recommendation for process improvements and software providers (if necessary)
  • Implementation of chosen software (if necessary)
  • Training on maintenance tasks
Additional Details

With the first employee coming on board in NY State, navigating us through the maze (surely quite simple for a HR expert!) is invaluable!

What We Have In Place
  • We have a good handle of general employment requirements and previous suggested HR providers, but now looking to implement!
How This Will Help

As IILA looks to expand and bring on full time staff, getting the foundational aspects of human resources right is invaluable.

Project may require a short interview with the organization.

Project Plan

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Prep: Information Sharing
  • Volunteer Manager shares information about existing systems and processes in place, including any software providers used
  • Volunteer Manager shares relevant materials such as employment offer letters, termination letters, and time sheets
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Milestone 1: Analysis and Recommendations
  • Professional reviews existing systems, and asks any clarifying questions
  • Professional identifies areas for improvement
  • Professional recommends improvements to processes, underlying policies, and tools such as software to help administer tasks
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback
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Milestone 2: Implementation
  • Professional implements (or advises Volunteer Manager as they implement) process recommendations
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Milestone 3: Training
  • Professional provides a detailed explanation of implemented changes
  • Professional provides any support or training necessary to set up Volunteer Manager so that changes are fully adopted
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About The Org

Our Mission

IILA acts as pro bono in-house counsel for developing States on vital areas of international law matters - from human rights to trade to the environment to working on the borders of land and sea. IILA gives the voices and goals of these peoples the tangible benefits that international law can bring.

What We Do

IILA is a non-governmental organization founded to increase the capacity of public international law departments of our Clients, primarily of developing States, to participate in the growing and vitally important field of public international law.

At its core, IILA acts as supplemental "in-house counsel" for those States needing support in the expanding and vitally important field of public international law. Through the work of our legal advisers and our network of affiliated experts IILA builds capacity for our Clients.

IILA's Clients must address a wide range of topics within public international law. The key to IILA's capacity building activities is in providing our Clients with a range of integrated and holistic training, research and advice - but all undertaken from the unique vantage point of "in-house counsel".

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