Governance / Management
There are only three countries in the world where you are more likely to have a female manager than a male one, and Australia is not one of them.
More than half of Australian CEOs expect to boost their staff numbers in the next 12 months, according to the results of a new survey.
Thousands of community services organisations across Australia remain in the dark about whether they can continue to provide services this year with the Abbott Government refusing to confirm funding for 2015, the Federal Opposition has claimed.
Britain’s charities are facing skills gaps on their trustee boards according to new research which also found there are too many ‘Obsessives,’ ‘Colonels’ and ‘Gong Hunters’ on British boards.
The national charity regulator, the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) continues to clean-up the national Charity Register, revoking the charity status of another 392 charities that it believes are no longer operating.
One of Australia’s largest telecommunications companies has made a groundbreaking move, offering all 34,000 of its staff members paid domestic violence leave.
Corporate democracy Not for Profit, the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility is claiming victory in its campaign to force the big Australian banks to disclose how much carbon they finance.
It’s time for Australian employers to plan their New Year diversity resolutions, according to the Diversity Council Australia (DCA) which warns that leadership ranks still lack gender and cultural diversity.
The Australian Taxation Office has used new powers to recover $8 million in unpaid superannuation from companies in South Australia and Victoria.
Quality back-of-house services in Australian Not for Profits require a dedicated level of investment, according to a three year benchmarking project.
A British charity has launched an investigation in a bid to discover how one of its staff members contracted the Ebola virus before returning home to Scotland.
A four year investigation by the UK charity regulator has found serious failings in the administration and governance of a UK charity working in international emergency relief, including misconduct by the then trustees and thousands of pounds of charitable funds being misused.
With changes in legislation, pressure from the commercial sector and expanding demands from the community sector, Not for Profits are coming under intense pressure to review and renew their organisational processes and frameworks, writes project management expert Ed Jeffers.
Australia’s charity recyclers stand to lose millions of dollars this holiday season disposing of rubbish and unusable “donations”, according to the National Association of Charitable Recycling Organisations (NACRO).
As the CEO of the Foundation for Young Australians, Jan Owen relishes her part in helping to shape future generations. Owen is this week’s Changemaker. She spoke with Xavier Smerdon.
A recruitment and employment industry peak body has joined services with the Salvation Army Employment Plus in a bid to create more job opportunities for Australians.
The integration of diverse skills and functions to bring about community diversity has been one of the big challenges facing Dr Colin Benjamin the Chair of arts Not for Profit Cultural Infusion. He discusses the issues in this latest Evolving Chair series.
Consumer data protection and privacy has been hailed as the next major priority for corporate citizenship programs in a new report.
Celia Hodson, CEO of the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) Australia reviews the out-takes of a recent panel discussion outlining the key challenges faced during the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Doug Taylor, Executive Director and CEO of United Way Australia, draws on the experiences of Fairfax Media and his own organisation to reflect on the lessons to be shared between the corporate and Not for Profit sectors when it comes to organisational transformation.
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