Organising a Workplace Charity Event

Posted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 28 September 2016
Linda Hynes
Lewis Silkin
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With Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Wellness being on the agendas for business more and more organisations are encouraging their staff to participate in sporting charity events. It often falls to the HR or Employee Wellness teams to organise these events. Unfortunately, these events come with a myriad of health and safety and employment law risks which can be properly dealt with if included in the planning from the start.

This quarter Linda has prepared a handy checklist for employers and HR teams to download to help guide them when organising a workplace charity or sporting event.

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Linda Hynes
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