Tag Archives: Workforce

Time for Change

Volunteer manager, Norma Jean, has worked with volunteers and charities to create opportunities that upskill people and for organisations to gain real help. Continue reading

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Managing employees and volunteers: Your most common questions answered

HR and employment law specialists Croner reveal the most common questions to the helpline asked by NCVO members about managing staff, along with the answers given by their team of experts.  Continue reading

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Are EU staff leaving the charity sector?

This blog post discusses what the latest Civil Society Almanac data shows us about the fall in European staff working in the sector. Continue reading

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Pale, male and stale? What I learned while researching diversity and volunteering

Why there is a lack of diversity among those who get involved in volunteering, and how organisations can tackle this. Continue reading

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Public Policy Round-Up: March 2018

This blog provides a summary of some of the key policy and regulatory developments affecting charities in the month of March 2018 Continue reading

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Safeguarding: do you need to update what you’re doing?

Safeguarding has shot to the top of the sector’s agenda in the wake of the revelations from international development charities. This blog talks about what safeguarding is and the resources available to support with safeguarding. Continue reading

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Public services news round-up: February 2018

This month's round-up includes: new research on the views of commissioners, a Home Office initiative to highlight issues within policing, the latest trends in our new Road Ahead report, and more Continue reading

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Oxfam and Haiti: Next steps for charities

At NCVO, we believe that the world is changed for good by charities. We also recognise that doing good is, on its own, not enough. How we deliver our work is just as important. In light of the coverage of Oxfam in recent days, we have begun to reflect on the implications and next steps for charities more generally. Continue reading

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New updated member content: Volunteering and the Law

In light of NCVO's new volunteering and the law content, this blog post outlines the legal differences between an employee/worker, volunteer and voluntary worker, and explains how this might be relevant to your organisation. Continue reading

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Low pay in the voluntary sector

John Hume, chair of the Living Wage Friendly Funders’ Committee and chief executive of the People’s Health Trust, discusses a new report on low pay. Continue reading

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