There may be times when annual leave and sickness collide, which brings up a whole host of issues for charities to deal with. What happens if an employee falls sick when on holiday?
We would hope that school bullies would grow out of their bad habits when they become adults, but unfortunately bullying does occur in the workplace.
With reports that a whistleblower has accused Oxfam of failing to act after being informed of safeguarding issues, it is a good time to remind all charities of the law in this area.
The absence of fundraising skills on Trustee Boards: Are Chief Executives contributing to the problem?
One in four of us will experience poor mental health at some stage in our lives, so it’s likely that someone in your charity is affected.
Civil society has passed through some choppy waters recently and uncertainty is a persistent feature of the times. But as Jonathan Bunce writes there are tested digital approaches which charities can take to develop support.
2018 promises to be a busy year in the world of HR, so here are 6 things you need to keep on your charity’s radar:
You have probably heard that fees to access Employment Tribunals were abolished by the Supreme Court last summer, but what does it actually mean for charities?
Earlier this year, a video that showed Professor Robert Kelly’s interview with the BBC being interrupted by his children bursting into his home office highlighted one of the funny sides of flexible working arrangements.
Safeguarding staff should be a leadership priority not an afterthought says Rachel Griffin, CEO of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust