Remote working in the not-for-profit sector

Carla Whalen, Partner in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, charity law and not for profit team,
Carla Whalen
45 min Runtime

What are the benefits and challenges of remote working in the charity and not-for-profit sector?

We know that many charities have moved to remote or hybrid working in recent years. Remote working can be really beneficial to both charities and their staff, allowing organisations to attract good candidates for vacant positions and to retain valued employees. But we also know that remote working can raise operational and administrative challenges, particularly if employees want to work in a variety of locations or even from abroad.

In this webinar, Carla Whalen - partner in Russell-Cooke’s charity and social business team - is joined by specialist tax advisers from charity auditors and accountants, Sayer Vincent, and technology experts from Adapta Consulting. Together, they consider the benefits and the challenges of operating in a remote working environment.

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