What your charity needs to know about liability and employment law
Sarah Cox from The Civic Society explains that although charities have distinct differences to a traditional commercial business, they also share many similarities; especially when you enter the realm of employing members of staff, which means you step into the realm of employment law. For charities, managing trustees and volunteers, as well as employed staff and contractors requires even greater diligence and care. We know how overwhelming it can feel once the reality of managing staff sets in, with and the added resource and attention that requires. This article should help you gain understanding around employment law. – See more at: civilsociety.co.uk/voices/sarah-cox-what-your-charity-needs-to-know-about-liability-and-employment-law.