Society Diary: Sod the Daily Mail, suppression impressions, and commitment-phobic relationships
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Society Diary: Sod the Daily Mail, suppression impressions, and commitment-phobic relationships 1

10 Jul 2015

Our weekly round-up of interesting and outlandish information, collected from the corners of the charity sector.

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Society Diary: Sod the Daily Mail, suppression impressions, and commitment-phobic relationships

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 To recruit the best people, you need a social media strategy

Charities which engage effectively on social media have more success recruiting staff, Maddie Spink found in her research for the Charityworks graduate scheme.

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Two Joseph Rowntree charities jointly became the first care provider to pay staff the living wage, and staff turnover more than halved in the first year. Shaun Rafferty extols the benefits of treating employees fairly.

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