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In fact, in the field of employment it may be something of a non-event.
Five top tips for those thinking about collaborating.
Can an employee who says he was dismissed for blowing the whistle get his job back? Rachel Irwin outlines the remedy of interim relief and its risks for employers.
The Charity Commission expects charity trustees to report ‘serious incidents’ as soon as they are aware of them. Rosamund McCarthy and Mindy Jhittay explain that this is not as straightforward as it sounds.
BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprise – 19 May: Summer Budget, effective buying for schools, media network coordinators, and more
Also: ICO issues South Wales Police with fine for losing video recording; Bond’s ‘Impact Evaluation: A Guide for Commissioners and Managers’, and more.
Also: trustees must report ‘serious incidents’, but this is far from straightforward; technical issues of charity law; and more.
To avoid unpleasant surprises immigration issues should be part of the due diligence process.
BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprise: elections; corporates and social investing; and more
Also: sector growth exceeds expectations; lottery benchmarking survey; and more.
Replacing the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights; repatriating powers from the EU; and other changes.
Employers should not be reluctant to press ahead as delaying proceedings rarely be in the interests of either employer or employee.
Employment Update, Spring 2015: immigration in corporate deals; interim relief for whistleblowers; and more
Also: employee references; cases round-up; tribunal watch; and more.
Report recommendations could boost start-up lotteries, but may be less welcome to charities involved with established lotteries.
Reverend Sharpe held his position under terms defined by statute so there was no need to imply a contract into the relationship between himself and the bishop, says CoA.
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.
Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprise: e-marketing rap; Jehovah’s Witnesses; gunmen; and more
Also in this issue, the value of the arts.