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This article reflects back on a difficult year for anyone working in charity HR. It highlights some unexpected consequences of the pandemic in employment terms, and summarises what charity HR teams can expect in the year ahead.

This article looks at the impact of Brexit on recruitment within care homes in the UK, many of which are run by charities, and provides guidance on the routes available for organisations wishing to sponsor overseas workers.

Charities must be equipped to deal with social media issues quickly to prevent escalation. This article sets out some practical tips on managing social media and outlines a number of offences that could be committed by posting content on these platforms.

As 2022 gets underway, Professional Support Lawyer, Sarah Clune, who is part of a team that devises Stone King’s charity training programme, reflects on how the firm’s charity training has changed for the better as a result of the pandemic.

Stone King Partner Dan Harris was quoted in Third Sector on a new French law that curtails British testators’ freedom to leave French assets to whomever they wish, which may affect charities entitled to a legacy of French assets.

Virtual Charity Training: the essential trustee and governance in practice - 10.02.2022

Stone King’s free training programme to equip charity trustees and members of senior management teams with the knowledge they need to carry out their roles effectively.

Hints and tips for dealing with charity litigation and disputes

This webinar guides trustees through some common scenarios that they may have to deal with including settling disputes, when and how to involve the Charity Commission and the rules relating to the disclosure and preservation documents.