Business and Charity

4 things to consider when carrying out electrical safety testing

Do you know your responsibilities when it comes to electrical safety testing for your business? Here are 4 things you should consider when pulling together your electrical safety policies.

4 tips to protect your charity from a potential crisis

Concerned about cyber security within your charity? To help you out, Endsleigh have pulled together 4 tips to protect your charity from a potential crisis.

Slip and trip hazards – workplace safety

Safety in the workplace is imperative. From injury reports and hazards to standard requirements, discover more about workplace safety in our guide.

Safe fundraising for charities and not-for-profit organisations

For charities and not-for-profit organisations, fundraising is key. Find out more about safe fundraising, how to mitigate risks, and laws to consider.

9 easy ways to fit into a new workplace

After university, it can be slightly daunting leaving the comfort of the classroom and joining a new workplace for the first time. Read about 9 easy ways to fit into your new workplace.

How to prevent a cyber ‘meltdown’

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on the 25 May 2018, which will bring stricter penalties for insufficient data security. It is therefore vital for organisations to understand how to protect themselves against cyber risks, and how to mitigate the impact a data breach may have.

How to protect your charity from cyber attacks

As you begin to prepare for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May 2018, read about protecting yourself against cyber risks, and how to mitigate the impact a data breach may have on your organisation.

How to protect your charity from fraud

With fraud costing UK charities up to £2 billion a year, it’s becoming increasingly important for charities to protect themselves against both internal and external risks.

3 tips to prepare your charity for GDPR

On the 25th May 2018, The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, and will be implemented in the UK via the government’s new Data Protection Bill.