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Your office fit-out is another area in which you can demonstrate your organisation's environmental principles.
We round up the latest cases and changes to immigration rules which affect religious workers.
Stephen Ruttle QC recently spoke at one of our Faith At Work lunches on the topic of mediation from a Christian perspective and the possibilities of conflict transformation.
Each year we mark Volunteers Week by sharing a few case studies that show the valuable work that our people do at home and abroad. This year, Amanda Ogilvie told us how being a trustee and providing pro bono advice to The Hands Up Foundation has led to a deeper personal involvement in the organisation’s work.
Our faith teaches us values of conciliation and forgiveness - yet faith-based charities are particularly prone to internal division and disputes. How do these disputes arise, and can anything be done to prevent them?
If your organisation relies on the contributions of volunteers for its operation, you need to be clear about the differences between volunteers, workers and voluntary workers to avoid being caught out by National Minimum Wage obligations.
Emma Knuckey reports on recent developments at the Charity Commission and in the Charity Tribunal.