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Supporting Scotland's vibrant voluntary sector

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Charity registered in Scotland SC003558. Registered office Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB.

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Guide to organisational change

how many people will be at risk of redundancy.The redundancy process also includes selecting staff, communicating,Scotland and Wales to individuals who have recently become unemployed (up to 13 weeks unemployed), who,matching to suitable vacancies and advice/links to suitable employers · Opportunity to meet online with,to reside in the United Kingdom · have the right to work in the United Kingdom · reside in England, Scotland,and benefiting from JFS support including consideration of suitability for an individual who has left full

https://scvo.scot/support/hr/employee-engagement-culture/guide-to-organisational-change

1,000 jobs announced in Scotland’s third sector

Scottish Government places faith in third sector to get young people into work

https://tfn.scot/news/1000-jobs-announced-in-scotlands-third-sector

Gizza job - upto 100,000 young job seekers need you

Smith says the voluntary sector is Never More Needed in the Young Person's Guarantee drive to ensure jobs

https://tfn.scot/opinion/gizza-job-upto-100000-young-job-seekers-need-you

More employers needed for Community Jobs Scotland

​Successful job creation scheme wants more third sector employers

https://tfn.scot/news/more-employers-needed-for-community-jobs-scotland

CJS succeeding as Work Programme fails

​Third sector employment scheme hails success as criticism for Work Programme mounts

https://tfn.scot/news/cjs-succeeding-as-work-programme-fails

End Work Programme, Scots ministers demand

UK government refuses call to cancel Work Programme and Work Choice in Scotland

https://tfn.scot/news/end-work-programme-demands-scots-ministers

Goodmovers | 02 October 2014

All change in your organisation? Keep us in the loop by emailing [email protected]

https://tfn.scot/features/goodmovers-02-october-2014

Where are they now – 10 former ProjectScotland volunteers

TFN reporter and former ProjectScotland volunteer Paul Cardwell caught up with nine other former volunteers who have completed the programme

https://tfn.scot/lists/where-are-they-now-10-former-projectscotland-volunteers

CJS aim to create 700 jobs for young people in Scotland's third sector

Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) is an employability service which aims to support vulnerable unemployed,CJS already works with hundreds of employers across Scotland, and so far they have filled 7,670 vacancies,on Community Jobs Scotland they would never have realised their potential and known that they were able,Young Enterprise were able to put me in touch with Community Jobs Scotland and they managed to find me,When I first started my job was part-time but since then it has progressed and I’m now full-time and

https://scvo.scot/p/15971/2017/08/18/cjs-aim-to-create-700-jobs-for-young-people-in-scotlands-third-sector

SCVO response to Barclay Review of Business Rates in Scotland

At a time where public funding for charities is significantly restricted, it is clear that many organisations,SCVO would welcome a more systematic analysis of which charities are currently receiving full and partial,For example, charities have value in job creation, volunteering opportunities, promoting community cohesion,shop vacancy rate in July was 7.5% and there are sustained issues around footfall, we believe the continued,For many charities, paying full rate relief is not an option.

https://scvo.scot/p/13795/2016/10/11/scvo-response-to-barclay-review-of-business-rates-in-scotland