GP - Human Resources
This policy governs the interactions between employees and when complaints from employees may amount to bullying or harassment. If there is a potential bullying or harassment complaint, this policy also sets out the process to follow in dealing with this complaint.This will be applicable across all employees and all sectors from top to bottom of an organisation. The implications for an employer for failure to protect staff adequately from bullying and harassment can be threefold: breach of the Equality Act, breach of the Protection from Harassment Act, and breach of Health and Safety legislation.
The policy has been amended to include specific reference to the Human Rights Act, in particular Article 8 where there is a crossover between this and the Equality Act. The procedure section has been updated to ensure clarity and a new definition of aggrieved employee has been inserted. The references have been updated and additional underpinning knowledge from the Equality and Human Rights
This policy has been updated with further content added such as required PPE on visits. Changes made to 4.7, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10, 5.19 and other related policies have been highlighted. A new Lone Working Checklist has been added to the forms section and there is a lone worker risk assessment available in the QCS resources. References have been reviewed and updated.
Policy updated to include reference to returning back from foreign travel, ensuring that employees are aware that this quarantine period will be unpaid and staff will not be entitled to statutory sick pay. Changes made in 5.7, 5.8, 5.10, 5.11 and professional key facts. A further reading reference to the Government website about travel corridors has been added.
Policy updated to include reference to returning back from foreign travel, ensuring employees are aware that this quarantine period will be unpaid and staff will not be entitled to statutory sick pay (5.11). References have been reviewed and updated.
This policy has been reviewed with no change to the content. References have been reviewed and updated and links to existing QCS policies have been added.
This policy has been reviewed with no changes to the content. References have been reviewed and updated and a link to the Stakeholder Surveys Policy and Procedure has been added to the Further Reading section.
Policy has been updated with legislation added referencing the Working Times (Coronavirus) (Amendment) Regulations 2020. A new procedure has been included to confirm that employees are now entitled to carry 4 weeks’ paid leave into the following two annual leave years if prevented from taking holidays due to Coronavirus. A new form ‘Notice to take annual leave under Regulation 15(2) WTR 1998‘ and further references have been added.