HR Policy Writing

Help Ku-A-Kanaka improve transparency and accountability by crafting a Human Resources policy for an employee handbook.
Hilo, HI, USA
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Posted June 10th

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What We Need
  • Update to or creation of one new HR policy or procedure, such as any of the following: Standards of Conduct, Work Schedules, Leave Policies, Termination Policies, Safety & Security, Anti-Discrimination policies, Compensation & Benefits policies, Work From Home Policies, etc.
Additional Details

Aloha, we are looking for a simple and clear policy on Zoom Best Practices for both in office and remote workers, as well as interns and volunteers.

What We Have In Place
  • We are able to provide insight into the operations of our company and what ideas we have in mind regarding the Zoom Best Practices policy we would like to have created.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $1,480 , allowing us to continue to focus on creating and delivering excellent products and services aimed at educating and uplifting native Hawaiians and people in Hawai`i.

As much of our cultural consulting has switched over to an online delivery we would like to update our list of policies to include those that cover virtual behavior. This project will help us ensure that we are always providing quality and professional online services by having a guiding policy for best practices.

Project Plan

Prep: Discussion of Policy Needs
  • Professional reviews any existing policy materials and gathers clarifying information
  • Volunteer Manager explains what they're looking for in this policy
  • Professional determines if changes need to be made to existing policy(s)
  • Professional determines if the Volunteer Manager needs to collect additional information from employees (i.e., survey results)
Milestone 1: Draft of Policy
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional review a draft of the policy, and determine next steps (i.e., buy-in/approval from additional parties)
Milestone 2: Wrap-up & Learnings
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional confirm final policy
  • Professional makes recommendations for how to distribute or communicate new policy to employees
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About The Org

Posted by
Leilani D.

Director of Operations

Our Mission

Ku-A-Kanaka is a social enterprise dedicated to revitalizing and normalizing Hawaiian language, culture and traditions.

What We Do

Hawaiian-focused products and services including culture-focused party games, consulting services, web-design, camps, keynotes, workshops, professional development and more

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