Structure and human resources in a recovery agency: Lessons identified

This summary provides key lessons identified from CERA’s structure and human resources function. It includes lessons for setting up a recovery agency including key appointments, organisational structure and processes, recruitment and retention, finding facilities, and health and safety. 

Back to top

Broken Link? Let us know

Tagged with...

Resources associated with this Resource

CERA’s organisational structure

This report outlines the evolution of CERA’s organisational structure fro...

Read more

Working for CERA: Qualities and experience required

This case study outlines the personal qualities needed to work in a disaste...

Read more

Building the plane while flying it: The CERA experience

The CERA experience drew out a range of feelings among its employees. Peopl...

Read more

Employment relationships

This guide provides an outline of the employment arrangements used to meet...

Read more

Records associated with this Resource

Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority organisational chart May 2015

This organisational chart outlines CERA’s structure in May 2015.

Read more

CERA Health and Safety Management System Handbook

The CERA Health and Safety Management System (HSMS) Handbook was developed...

Read more

CERA wellness handbook

This booklet was provided to CERA staff upon induction. It outlines CERA’...

Read more