Cranfield Trust published HRNet which provides an HR lifeline to charities and social enterprises without the expense. It offers specific advice as well as a regular briefing on employment issues.
Joining HRNet is free for any registered charity or other formally constituted non-profit with a charitable purpose. Once you have registered online, you will benefit from:
- Regular employment updates: An email newsletter with up-to-date information on employment legislation, cases and best practice.
- Tailored answers to your HR questions: Advice and guidance on general or specific employment matters – by raising a question on HRNet. Please note we advise the organisation/the employer; we are unable to offer advice to employees about their personal employment situation.