This seminar will consider the implications of GDPR for Charities and the role HR can play in attracting, managing and retaining volunteers in charitable organisations.
SJP Law are holding a morning seminar on 6 March 2018 at the Mercure Hull Royal Hotel, 170 Ferensway, Hull, HU1 3UF
Seminar and questions:
10:00am - 12:00pm
Free onsite car parking available.
Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment. To secure your place or for more information, please contact Donna Forrester on 01482 316715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and organisation; the number of places you require; and the names of all delegates.
The Seminar will focus on:
First speaker: Mark Daubney, Solicitor, Stamp Jackson & Procter Limited
Is your charity ready for GDPR which comes into force on 25 May 2018? Mark will provide information on the main points of the GDPR, what you need to be aware of and what you should be doing now.
Mark has over 13 years experience advising organisations on corporate, commercial and employment matters. He aims to give practical and understandable advice designed to help organisations achieve their aims and improve their businesses.
Second speakers: Kirsty Cuckson, Human Resources Manager, Stamp Jackson & Procter Limited along with Dianne Hamilton, Head of Children, Families & Wellbeing, Goodwin Development Trust
Volunteers play a vital part in service delivery for many charitable organisations. A well thought out volunteering programme will help show your volunteers, and potential volunteers, that they are valued and give them confidence in your ability to offer an outstanding volunteer experience. The session is designed to provide helpful tips based on Dianne and Kirsty's experience of working on volunteer-led programmes in the third sector and will broadly cover the following themes:
Attracting & Recruiting Volunteers
- Starting point and practicalities
- Role descriptions
- Selecting and matching
- Mutual expectations
- Volunteer policy & handbook
- Problem solving & dealing with complaints
Retaining & Recognising Volunteers
- Supporting & developing
- Celebrating your volunteers