National Association of Student Employment Services
Code of Practice
NASES was established in 1999 as a direct response of the practitioners within the industry who needed a National Body to support and represent their needs in the industry.
NASES is a voluntary organisation facilitated by the knowledge and skill of its members and external professionals.
NASES is here at the bequest of the members and promotes the following code of practice.
- Security & Scrutiny
NASES has over 100 institutions all working within the employment industry with a range of knowledge and experience. It is best practise to use the following membership benefits to provide an excellent service.
An e-mail network sharing the latest information and queries to support a heavily regulated unique service within their institute.
There are regular regional meetings where hot topics and issues are shared and discussed, developing a network of volunteers for the industry.
Annual conference enables all members to enjoy a host of key speakers and benefit from the whole network of universities and student unions.
We ask each member to promote NASES to the wider establishment to ensure it grows and prospers, adding new talented volunteers to take the charity onward and upward further benefiting its members.
SECURITY & SCRUTINY
Protect the rights of workers by establishing sound employer relationships, using the network for information to accelerate the process, saving time and effort.
Protect employees from Job scams or under paid roles.
Demonstrate the requirements all employer has to fulfil to gain your sponsorship.
At great cost students are in higher education envisaging a better future. We can assist by understanding the following questions.
What jobs do students want while in higher education? Related or unrelated to their chosen degree.
What skills can be gained from interim/casual work?
Are students meeting a financial or skills need and can we develop the accidental, transferrable skills gained in any role undertaken?
What will jobs in the future require?
The working environment is changing at a constant pace and your service needs to address this and be at the cutting edge of new innovative ideas. Knowledge of the industry and your client base are firm foundations to grow and react to a changing, digital environment.
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Celebrate success at all levels with all groups, promote the good work and the impact your department/service has had on all users.
Build in recognition locally, employee of the month naming the employer to annual awards to national awards - The Student of the year (SOETY) Awards
Awards for valuing employees, regularly employment, providing feedback to students for development.
Demonstrate the service and impact the department is contributing and the developments which will enhance it further. May win additional funding if a business case is well prepared.
Promote your winners national and engage with them to map their progress and establish the benefits of working while at university.