Good Management Practices: Human Resource Division
The Human Resource Division (HRD) has established a state-of-the-art human resource management system and practices in BRAC by adopting a qualitative and strategic approach in managing workforce. The main focuses of HRD are to ensure procedural justice, transparency, equality and respect for diversity, discrimination free work environment and recognition of human potentials. HRD in BRAC has been currently operating in 41 different field offices across the country.
The HRD has published the Human Resource Policies and Procedures (HRPP) which came into effect from January 2011 (reprinted on April 2011). The annual performance appraisal forms had been revised and workshops conducted on “Performance Dialogue” to ensure an effective and unique performance evaluating system in BRAC.
The Division has already started their journey to move strategic HR practices in BRAC from routine HR functions. The HR line of Sight (LOS) 2012-2013 has been developed to ensure the successful implementation of performance objectives to achieve the organisational goals. Team engagement workshops had been conducted to motivate and energise all the HR staff to improve their performance.
HRD has been continually playing a significant role in helping the individuals to develop a committed workforce locally and internationally.
Child Protection Policy:
In December 2010, BRAC's governing board adopted the following child protection policy,
BRAC Child Protection Policy
BRAC promotes gender equity and equality within the organization. To provide the right direction and guidelines to all BRAC staff, BRAC has implmented Gender Policy and Sexual Harrassment Elimination Policy,
BRAC Gender Policy
BRAC Sexual Harrassment Elimination Policy
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