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Flooding - a bigger risk than ever

As winter approaches, Wendy Cotton of charity insurance specialist Markel explains how you can protect your charity against damage by flooding

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Richard Leaman on how a group structure kept a small charity afloat

Richard Leaman on how a group structure kept a small charity afloat

The chief executive of Guide Dogs tells Annette Rawstrone the arrangement will help more beneficiaries. Annette Rawstrone reports

Gill Taylor: Shortlisting for jobs? Pay attention to the detail

Gill Taylor: Shortlisting for jobs? Pay attention to the detail

Having a sensible person specification with measurable and testable criteria helps the process, writes the sector HR expert

Catherine Andrews: How to help private sector recruits succeed in the third sector

Catherine Andrews: How to help private sector recruits succeed in the third sector

The recruitment expert offers her advice on how to help people from commercial backgrounds hit the ground running

Light Bulb Moment: Lesley-Anne Alexander on drawing from the strengths of others

Light Bulb Moment: Lesley-Anne Alexander on drawing from the strengths of others

A key insight from the working life of the chief executive of the sight-loss charity the RNIB

Why they created Save the Children International

Why they created Save the Children International

The new organisation coordinates the international activities of 30 related charities, writes Annette Rawstrone

Gill Taylor: We have a duty of care towards staff with stress

Gill Taylor: We have a duty of care towards staff with stress

In these days of cuts and pressure on services, managers must look out for staff who are struggling to cope and react appropriately, writes the sector HR expert

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