Looking after your People – HR advice drop-in (March)

HR advice for you and your organisation.

Do you manage people issues in a small or medium-sized charity or social enterprise? What’s the best approach when you don’t have a dedicated Human Resources team?

HR expert Sonia Wilson from Populo HR leads this free monthly drop-in to help support you and your organisation. There will be a brief update on employment legislation and people-related issues, followed by an open question-and-answer session with Sonia.

The session is for:

  • small or medium-sized charities or social enterprises
  • that do not have a dedicated Human Resources team
  • and will typically have a turnover of less than £1 million per year

This session is not intended for qualified Human Resources professionals or staff of larger organisations.

In registering for this webinar, you acknowledge that you will respect the confidentiality of your organisation and those present in the session. We remind attendees not to refer to any specific individuals as part of the Q&A, although advice can be provided on organisational approaches to current issues. Advice cannot be provided to any individual who is the subject of a process within their organisation.

About Sonia

Sonia is a HR professional specialising in supporting small charities and social enterprises with their people issues. Sonia has over 30 years experience of in HR management in the charity/social enterprise, research, higher education and local government sectors. In addition, Sonia has served as a charity trustee, advisory board member of a large social enterprise and volunteer mediator.

For the last ten years, Sonia has run Populo, a social enterprise (www.populo.org.uk) helping small charities and social enterprises to better manage their people – improving confidence and peace of mind and allowing them to make a greater impact for good in their communities. She has supported over 350 small charities and social enterprises. Sonia is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of People and Development and the School for Social Entrepreneurs.

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