15 May 2018
This edition is a focus on employee matters, some from the perspective of the employee and others the employer. All useful reminders of topical matters. In addition we have a special contribution from Sir David Carter, the National Schools Commissioner.
Anna Clarke is an associate director within economics consulting with expertise in social policy, housing and welfare. She leads work for government and other public sector clients.
Sarah has worked in economic development and regeneration consultancy for over 15 years. Her experience includes data analysis and research, project development and appraisal, social and economic impact assessment, programme and policy evaluation and strategy development.
Kerry is a managing consultant in RSM’s economics consulting service. She is a trained economist, bringing 12 years’ experience in quantitative and qualitative research for public sector consultancy including survey and case study methods.
Matt is an Associate Director in RSM’s Economics Consulting service. He has almost 20 years’ experience in research and evaluation projects for the not-for-profit sector, helping clients deliver effective services and maximise value for money.
14 May 2018
Reserves are much more than a statement about the financial health of your school. A robust reserves position will send a clear message to parents and other stakeholders that you are well-led, well-managed and well-run. Download our report now.
14 May 2018
Reserves are much more than a statement about the financial health of your charity. Amid growing media and public interest in fundraising practices, a robust reserves position will send a clear message to funders and beneficiaries that you are well-led, well-managed and well-run.
Gilbert is an experienced corporate lawyer advising mid-market companies, directors and high net worth individuals on a broad range of corporate legal issues across many business sectors.
Adam is an assurance partner, who works with a wide range of international and UK groups, private equity backed companies and owner managed businesses.
09 April 2018
The government has sought to combat and prevent modern slavery through the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, which covers the offences of slavery, human trafficking, servitude and forced or compulsory labour.