HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
London employees receive more CSR days than any other UK region.
Use the hashtag #GlobalTADay to get involved with the day.
If employers can offer potential and existing employees the chance to volunteer for a good cause it would appear to be a win-win for all involved.
UK charity workers are paid as much as 32% below other sectors nationally and up to 50% below other sectors in London according to an annual salary survey carried out by Croner and NCVO.
The listing of a two-week internship at a charity auction – that sold for $10,000 – has prompted an avalanche of criticism. The notion of someone paying an exorbitant sum in order to work for free for an organisation has also been labeled as exploitation.
As Christmas party season gets into full swing, businesses are being reminded that they should be aware of how to deal with any unexpected problems.
Workers across the UK have revealed what they think are the top ten most socially awkward situations that, inevitably, occur in the workplace. The survey was conducted as part of the British Heart Foundation’s Raise Funds Your Way campaign to get workplaces fundraising to fight heart disease.
Cheryl Chapman, director of City Philanthropy, shares her thoughts on their recent research showing how younger workers in our capital city are motivated by charitable giving…
Shopping website Give as you Live has launched a new business shopping and fundraising platform, enabling any UK business to raise money for the charity of their choice with no extra cost or major time investment required.
Friday 26th June 2015 is Bring Your Dog To Work Day, the event is raising money for the charity All Dogs Matter.
UK businesses are not doing anywhere near enough to support charitable causes, according to new research published this week.
Red Letter Days for Business, the incentive and reward experts from Red Letter Days, is leading the way with an industry first by signing a charity to its popular incentive voucher, Lifestyle. Lifestyle enables employees and customers to be rewarded with a voucher that they can redeem with top UK retailers, cinemas, entertainment brands, on…
The best people are passionate people. People who are passionate about different things in their lives tend to also bring their passion to the workplace, and as a result, they care about the work that they do. Many people find passion in charity work. From volunteering at a local soup kitchen to donating to research…
The bosses of the 200,000 registered charities in the UK were urged not to take part in the government’s new ‘workfare’ programme launched today (Monday 28 April). The new mandatory Community Work Placements require that jobseeker’s allowance (JSA) claimants do six months work placement – or risk losing their benefits. Unite, the country’s largest union,…