Information on being an employer

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Have a section on their website that covers all areas of Equality.
Provide information about the responsibilities involved in being an employer.
Run a helpline for employers and employees about employment rights and rules.

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Run a Human Resources advisory service for small to medium size voluntary orgnaisations. This includes the chance to post questions via email or post, and the opportunity to work with volunteer professionals on more complex matters.

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Useful online information on the role of the management committee, and other topics related to the community and voluntary sector.

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LawWorks for Community Groups offers free legal advice and guidance to small charities, not-for-profit, voluntary and community organisations and social enterprises in England and Wales. To apply use the online form on their website.

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NCVO have a wide range of information on all aspects of running a community and voluntary group. They publish guidance on trustee liability and on insurance for volunteers and organisations, You can also ask questions about working in the community and voluntary sector. For example, how to recruit trustees, queries about employment legislation, or where to get a financial advisor.
NCVO's Workforce Project aims to share best practice on employment in the voluntary sector.

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Sandy Adirondack provides Training and consultancy on governance and law for the voluntary sector. She offers email updates on a wide range of legal issues for the community and voluntary sector including employment law and charity law.

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The TUC have published a guide to employment rights in 17 different languages at https://www.tuc.org.uk/workingintheUK

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UNISON Health and Safety Zone provides information on many aspects of health and safety.