The former boss of Britain’s best-known HIV charity was unfairly dismissed because she had blown the whistle about the alleged misbehaviour of a trustee, an Employment Tribunal has concluded.Read more..
There will be no exemption for charities from the Government’s apprenticeship levy scheme, it was revealed last week.Read more..
Europe’s highest court has ruled that time spent by a worker without a fixed place of work in travelling between their home and the first and last work assignments should be counted as ‘working time’ for the purpose of protecting workers’ safety.Read more..
A charity which was recently “named and shamed” after it was found to have broken minimum wage laws has said it had fallen foul of a technicality. The Tyne and Wear Riding for the Disabled Association was among the organisations …Read more..