Pathways to good work: toolkit for community organisations

Work that is decent and fair is crucial to creating a motivated and skilled workforce that is empowered to deliver high quality services and to innovate. Community organisations are already delivering on many aspects of good work. This toolkit is designed to help organisations understand what good work is and improve existing practices by focusing on seven key dimensions:

  1. Meaningful work
  2. Voice, democratic governance and inclusive culture
  3. Contracts and job design
  4. Pay and benefits
  5. Skills and development
  6. Flexible working, work-life balance and family-friendly support
  7. Health and wellbeing

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