Jesper Christensen

Jesper Christensen

Partner, Bircham Dyson Bell LLP

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A right to know?

When a senior employee leaves the charity suddenly, the trustees demand to know why but are left in the dark by the chief executive. Jesper Christensen advises what to do.

The sudden loss of a chief executive

Jesper Christensen answers a chair who is concerned about the funding implications following the loss of the charity's highly regarded chief executive.

Hard times, hard choices

One of the most valuable assets of any organisation is its employees. In these times of financial uncertainty, it is important to consider the organisation's strategy for limiting its risks in respect of any human resources issues.

Reluctant referee

A chair of trustees trying to write a reference has a dilemma over the potential consequences of putting the charity's interests before that of the employees.

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