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BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises: press watchdog to be a charity; payment by results; and more
Also: People with Significant Control consultation; Scotland may extend FoI rules; and more.
Also: big increase in the duties required of construction clients; and more.
The issues that employers should consider when drafting and implementing dress codes.
Statistics show that contentious probate cases are on the rise. Rob Oakley advises how charities can deal with a challenge to a legacy...
The Conservative Government’s annual immigration cap for sponsoring non-EEA skilled migrants under the Tier 2 (General) subcategory has been reached this month...
Also: developments to strengthen self-regulation of fundraising continue; and more.
Also: SORP for smaller charities in the balance; independent schools forced to publish information; and more.
Wildcat, unauthorised strikes are on the rise.
The Fundraising Standards Board has published the terms of reference for its investigation into concerns about charity fundraising practices, prompted by allegations that Olive Cooke was overwhelmed by fundraising requests.
Some pragmatic proposals in Law Commission paper, including on mergers. Take this opportunity to express your views.
All the terms typically included for negotiation in a commercial lease, each with a checklist of considerations...
Also; it is now a criminal offence to require an employee or prospective employee to provide the records on their criminal convictions.
Beware – a number of changes automatically amend conditions that apply to operating licences.
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.