Technology Trust, Google and Media Trust have been working together to run a programme helping smaller charities achieve more online – Grow Your Charity Online. Two new webinars teaching digital skills added to the resources:
(From Technology Trust email news)
NCVO is piloting a series of webinars, and has made a recording of one on ‘Handling conflicts and grievances’ available via YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Q7PxP6a2tg.
Presented by HR Services Partnership, it covers the ACAS Code of Practice and guidance on handling grievances, grievance procedures, records, typical problems and top tips and advice. It lasts about 40 minutes.
A new short animated video provides a simple and straightforward explanation of the work of communities umbrella Locality – “we want to change the world, one neighbourhood at a time”, http://locality.org.uk/news/locality-watch-animation/.
The Social Economy Alliance, set up to campaign for a more social economy in the run up to the 2015 election, has produced a short video ‘Feel the Force’ (yes, themed around a well-known film). On YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYjgu7KkVbI.
Sandy Adirondack’s Legal Update has an update on ‘Right to work in the UK‘, with changes to the points based system coming in from 1st October, http://www.sandy-a.co.uk/employment.htm#righttowork-pbs.
LawWorks is building a library of video resources for charities and community groups, and their online training videos, taken from various talks and lectures, now cover contract law, employment law, data protection and website requirements. » Continue reading news item ... “Legal updates – employment and more”
The Disclosure and Barring Service has created two videos which explain how the new Update Service can benefit applicants and employers, enabling online checking that DBS certificates are up to date and a degree of portability between jobs.