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Trustees should proactively safeguard and promote the welfare of their charity’s beneficiaries. They must take reasonable steps to ensure that those who come into contact with their charity...
There have been many fraud incidents reported by charities that were committed externally, but also committed by staff, trustees or volunteers.
Winter driving is one of the downsides of the season, accidents become more frequent and people have to be on their guard when taking the car out on even the shortest of journeys.
The health of the nation is in decline. Despite efforts from businesses a disjointed approach to health, and in particular mental health, is failing to deliver.
Data protection is fundamentally a human issue. And yet, relatively little is written about the human cost of data breaches. Without this focus, organisations will likely continue to view GDPR as a compliance exercise.
Improved Employee Engagement is likely to result in more productive employees, but how – and when – should employers seek to engage their workers?
Technology changes fast, shaping industries and working practices every day. The world’s becoming more digital and automated and the construction industry is under pressure to keep up.
The 2018 Local Business Charity Awards (Oxfordshire) have been launched for the first time in Oxfordshire.