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Latest Management Good Practice

Gill Taylor: Keep a look-out for the signs of domestic abuse

Gill Taylor: Keep a look-out for the signs of domestic abuse

Employers need to be prepared to be up front, proactive and ready with a strategy if an employee discloses domestic abuse, writes the HR consultant

Kirsty Marrins: How Workplace by Facebook is improving charities' internal communications

Kirsty Marrins: How Workplace by Facebook is improving charities' internal communications

The new tool breaks down silos and allows people to come together, writes our columnist

Gill Taylor: Sports Direct shows the value of sympathetic HR

Gill Taylor: Sports Direct shows the value of sympathetic HR

The chief executive should always know the employment policies and practices of the organisation, writes our columnist

Gill Taylor: It pays to watch closely levels of staff turnover

Gill Taylor: It pays to watch closely levels of staff turnover

Some turnover benefits organisations, but higher than average turnover pushes up churn, disruption and costs, writes our HR columnist

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Gill Taylor: Use the five key levers for engaging your staff

Gill Taylor: Use the five key levers for engaging your staff

Our columnist provides some tips in each area, including involvement in decision-making and providing development and training

Gill Taylor: The hidden costs of the National Living Wage

Gill Taylor: The hidden costs of the National Living Wage

It will put extra pressures on organisations delivering local government services, our columnist says

Gill Taylor: You can access staff emails, but go gently

Gill Taylor: You can access staff emails, but go gently

Although the European Court of Human Rights recently found that an employer was justified in reading an employee's private messages, it is wise for you to tread carefully on this issue, writes the HR expert

Four court decisions for you all to bear in mind

Four court decisions for you all to bear in mind

Charities should examine these cases, which concern peripatetic workers, working time, the meaning of establishment, tribunal fees and sick leave, writes Gill Taylor

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Management Book Reviews

Book review: A shared faith in the power of the sector

Book review: A shared faith in the power of the sector

Colin Rochester reviews the new volume by Luke Bretherton on the work of London Citizens

Book review: The crisis of third sector leadership

Book review: The crisis of third sector leadership

Stephen Cook reviews Public and Third Sector Leadership: Experience Speaks by Brian Howieson and Julie Hodges, which takes a collaborative approach to management advice

Thinking of starting a charity? Read this first

Thinking of starting a charity? Read this first

Run a Successful Charity by Nick Marr & Claire Gillman provides a realistic take on life in the sector, writes Stephen Cook

Women at the Ready: Carol Harris reviews a history of the Women's Voluntary Service

Women at the Ready: Carol Harris reviews a history of the Women's Voluntary Service

Patricia and Robert Malcolmson's book gives readers a glimpse into the life and work of Royal Voluntary Service members during the Second World War

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