Human Resources - Domiciliary Care
Policy re-written in the new QCS Policy format, more detail included on first aid qualifications and the responsibilities of the service.
This is a new policy. The policy covers the giving of references both once a member of staff has left and during employment when other types of references may be required e.g. financial, etc.
The policy has been converted into the new policy format. The policy attempts to simplify, as far as possible, the shared parental leave scheme. As it is a very complex topic, referrals to additional guidance are also included.
This is a new policy. It governs how relationships between family members and partners who work at the service are managed to ensure that there is no favourable treatment for the individual with the personal relationship or unfavourable treatment of other staff.
The policy has been converted to the new policy format. The policy references the Infection Control Policy and Procedure and governs the interaction between the two policies.
The policy has been converted to the new policy format. The policy is a new policy which reflects the introduction of unpaid parental leave. The policy references the cross-over between this type of leave and others such as maternity, paternity and shared parental leave and refers to the relevant policies.
This policy has been updated into the new QCS policy format. It sets out a clear and concise outline of the right to request flexible working along with the process that should be followed.
This policy has been reviewed and updated into the new QCS policy format.
Updated to reference the government website so NMW and NLW rates are consistently kept up to date.
New policy and procedure for employers with over 250 employees.