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Christmas is a wonderful time of year, but with the special events and services, extra visitors and festive decorations in your church, it can mean a little extra planning in order to keep everyone safe
Charities hosting fundraising events have, like the majority of event organisers, had to adapt to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Easter is one of the pivotal moments in the Church's calendar
From 1st of January 2022, 1890 and 1850 phone numbers will be discontinued. This is in line with a mandatory change undertaken by The Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg). These Lo-Call numbers will be replaced with the following:
Anyone has the potential to become a trustee. Whether young, old, male, female a professional or a student, charities are looking for a diverse range of skills and experience.
Ransomware is a persistent risk to the security of your data. If we’ve learned anything over the past 18 months it is that the importance of protecting your IT infrastructure is crucial. Having a cyber policy will help you avoid a loss in the event that your IT infrastructure comes under attack. Charities collect and retain a range of sensitive data that is considered valuable for criminals. Personal data, customer data, bank details and employee details are assets that make charities an attractive target for criminals.
There are several important provisions of the Consumer Insurance Contracts Act coming into effect from 1st September 2021.
Motivating your employees and maintaining team spirit and performance while working remotely.
How to make your online meetings a success
Managing a remote team can feel overwhelming at first but is a pretty rewarding process. Here are some key considerations in becoming a better, more flexible manager as well as a future-ready one.
Ecclesiastical on working with heritage sites to protect Ireland’s historical monuments