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  • Latest guidance on risk assessments to reopen your buildings

    latest guidance on what to include in your risk assessment as you prepare to reopen your…

  • Ready to go back to your buildings?

    As we gradually come out of lockdown it is time to be thinking about what you…

  • Coming out of lockdown

    As we prepare to move into the next phase of coming out of lockdown, what do…

  • Charity Bank Resource Hub Launched

    The Charity Bank have created a useful Hub of information for charities with advice and guidance on topical areas of governance. 

  • Good Governance Update

    It’s unprecedentedly uncertain times for us all in Scotland, the UK and indeed across the world.  There is much speculation, worry and in some cases panic.  Whilst working towards the completion of the Good Governance Award itself may fall to the bottom of your priorities, which we completely understand, we would like to assure you that for us here at the Good Governance Award, for the foreseeable future anyway, it will remain business as usual and we’re here to help with queries you may have. 

  • The Gathering 2020

    Good Governance Award will be exhibiting at Stand number 9 at the Gathering on 19th and 20th February in the SEC Exhibition Centre, Glasgow.

  • Free Cyber Security Event in Dundee on 17th February

    On average a small business is a victim of four cyber crimes every two years

  • Jacks Law – New LEGAL RIGHT to paternal bereavement leave and pay

    The new statutory right to a minimum of 2 weeks’ leave for all employed parents if they lose a child under the age of 18, or suffer a stillbirth from 24 weeks of pregnancy, irrespective of how long they have worked for their employer was announced recently and will come into effect on 6th April 2020.

  • Is your IT out of date? Great! for hackers that is.

    When January ended, so did support for Windows 7, meaning it’s now an outdated system that is highly vulnerable to cyber attacks. Is your organisation at risk?