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Managing your workforce can be difficult at the best of times, but the start of a new year tends to bring with it a number of employment challenges for organisations to overcome, and the third sector is no exception.

Co-hosted by Senior Employment Law Adviser Sarah James and ACEVO CEO Vicky Browning, this free, informative session addresses the major employment law and HR-related talking points impacting charities right now, based on the topics real ACEVO members told us would be most beneficial to charity CEOs.

Get clear, pragmatic advice on:

  • TUPE: Breaking down this employment law minefield and the problems it can pose
  • Performance management: How to address performance concerns confidently and compliantly
  • Absence management: How to deal with an increasingly high number of short and long-term sickness absences

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Get support with managing your employee issues

With the festivities out of the way, it can be tough for people to regain motivation, and charities may find that productivity suffers as a result. Though some of your staff might have hit the ground running in 2022, others might have taken their foot off the gas.

At the same time, some employees may be moving on to pastures new, and this makes managing absences even more crucial so that you’re not left understaffed.

At WorkNest, we assign each of our clients a small, dedicated team of Employment Law experts as part of our unlimited, fixed-fee service who get to know your organisation inside out. When issues arise, your team will talk you through your legal options, draft any written correspondence you require, and walk you through each stage of the process – saving you time, ensuring you’re compliant and mitigating legal risk.

If you’d like to arrange an exploratory call to find out if our service is a good fit for your organisation, schedule a callback at a time convenient for you.

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