Management Good Practice
Good practice, case studies, expert advice and tips for charity and voluntary sector managers, including human resources, employment law, pay & conditions, mergers & partnerships, CRB vetting and The Compact.
Management Problems Solved
Valerie Morton advises on maintaining good governance in organisations where there is a culture of 'rubber stamping'
- Tribunal Report: How a charity mishandled a dismissal for misconduct
- Tribunal Report: Why a practising Christian lost a discrimination case
- Tribunal Report: The scope and limitations of a staff code of conduct
- Tribunal Report: Redundancy must always be handled with caution
- Tribunal Report: Allegations of misconduct must be pursued with care
Advice and commentary on charity mergers for chairs, trustees and senior managers.
John Burnell offers some suggestions on how to develop staff when money is tight
How do we deal with the safety concerns of staff working out of the office?
How do we conduct job interviews in a way that is both useful to us and fair to the candidates?
What should I do about a member of staff who I suspect is not always where he says he is?
How should I deal with a staff member who seems great, but has been the subject of complaints from several clients?
Latest Management Book Reviews
Emma De Vita reviews the latest book by Jeremy Eden and Terri Long, which focuses on their frustration with the way many organisations are managed
How charities are affected by funding cuts and the recession.
Lessons In Leadership With Debra Allcock-Tyler
Those in power don't perceive people who work for charities as influential voters: this should change, writes our columnist
- Debra Allcock Tyler: Why aren't more women in top jobs? Maybe they simply don't want them...
- Debra Allcock Tyler: Charities are already accountable - so why drag them into this awful bill?
- Debra Allcock Tyler: It's getting harder to support the Charity Commission
- Debra Allcock Tyler: Stop whingeing and speak out
Latest jobs Jobs web feed
- Director of Business Development Law for Life 28 hours a week, Waterloo, London
- Director of Finance and Administration Afghanaid circa £45,000, Afghanistan
- Head of Policy, Research and Public Affairs Shelter £49,053 pa plus excellent benefits, London, EC1
- Public Affairs Officer British Heart Foundation £28,000 p/a + 30 days holiday and benefits, London NW1
- Fundraiser Spires £25,000 (negotiable for the right candidate), Streatham
- British Pregnancy Advisory Service fined £200,000 after hacker accessed information
- Cabinet Office awards grant to Charityworks to develop sector talent
- Muslim charity event at Legoland cancelled after threats from far-right groups
- Lloyds Bank will donate £1m a year to credit unions
- Navca asks Healthwatch England to make sure local health and wellbeing boards include the voluntary sector
- Demonstrating the effect of charity work would increase giving, affluent donors say
- Date: Wed 12 Mar 2014 - Thu 13 Mar 2014
- Venue: Birmingham
- Date: Thu 13 Mar 2014 - Fri 16 May 2014
- Venue: Leeds
- Date: Thu 13 Mar 2014 - Thu 13 Mar 2014
- Venue: London
Third Sector Insight
Predicting Future Donor Behaviour to Maximise Funds (Document)
The majority of traditional charity donors are ...
A Digital Face-to-Face Revolution (Document)
Face-to-face fundraising is without doubt the m...
UK Corporate Citizenship In The 21st Century (Document)
This expert report asks 'What role should ...