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Less likeliehood of added costs for businesses, but ECJ ruling lights blue touch paper for disputes about what constitutes the affected establishment.
Also; good practice for annual reports; voluntary sector survey findings; and more...
The Government proposes to require regulators to promote economic growth and ease some regulatory burdens,...
How charities can deal with a challenge to a legacy.
The younger generation see office life as a waste of time, and their work motivations are different too. So how do you retain them?
Chetal Patel and Anna Przewoznik outline the issues and explain how careful planning is the key to avoiding unpleasant surprises.
This process involved providing a considerable amount of evidence to the SRA that through his work he had achieved the same standard as someone completing a traditional training period.
Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprise: e-marketing rap; Jehovah’s Witnesses; gunmen; and more
Also in this issue, the value of the arts.
Charities and social enterprises newsletter: charities’ accounts; lottery regulation; sports clubs; and more
Also in this issue: then new public contracts regulations and the Consumer Rights Act.
There are around 1.4 million zero-hours contracts in the UK. Opponents claim they are exploitative, but on the other hand they provide flexibility. The political heat is on, this election season.
An ‘Innovation Partnership’ procedure, aimed at allowing more scope for novel ideas, is among wideranging changes coming in across the EU.
The draft Protection of Charities bill proposes significant changes to the Charity Commission’s regulatory powers. This briefing summarises the proposals and the issues that they have raised for the sector.
The General Power of Competence gives authorities a new flexibility to act, but what does it mean in practice? Melanie Carter considers the background to GPC, its scope, and its limitations...
Including information on shared parental leave and other parental rights, pension rights, national insurance for young workers, and changes to other rates and limits.
Ultimately, it is advisable to organise hustings on an impartial basis, with all candidates or parties being invited, and other tips.
Many charities are self-censoring their campaigning activities to avoid satisfying the “purpose test”.
From mud-slinging to online ads – the key legal issues facing political parties on the campaign trail.
Central to any tribunal’s decision-making will be the extent to which an employer communicated a social media policy, among other factors.
One area that can be particularly difficult for charities and campaigning organisations is the holding of election hustings events...
On 1 April 2015 new legislation comes into force that will affect registered care providers.