Scotland - Human Resources - Mental Health
This policy has been updated to enable customisation of notice periods so that they reflect the Organisation’s employment contract information. The Employee Termination Administration Record has also been updated to include reference to Disclosure Scotland notification in cases where a member of staff is dismissed for adult support and protection reasons.
New policy describing the Staff Handbook and the need to customise the template. Revised Staff Handbook template to dovetail with current policies in the QCS Management System and the QCS App. This policy was previously called ‘Employee Handbook’.
Converted into the new QCS format. Defined new policy for Directors and Trustees. Better information relating to definitions. Incorporation of best practice guidance from NHS.
Policy converted into new QCS format. This policy sets out the resources available to establish an efficient rota system. It highlights the need for accurate staffing levels and how to determine this based on occupancy, dependency and effective resource management. The ‘Further Reading’ section includes dependency tools that may support managers with determining this.
Policy updated and converted to the new QCS format. Policy name also changed from Code of Conduct for Social Care Workers to SSSC Code of Practice for Workers and Employers.
Policy converted to the new QCS format and contains resources and further reading to aid safe staffing level considerations.
Employers who have 250 or more staff by 5th April each year must report their gender pay gap or they will be in breach of the Regulations.
Conversion of policy into new policy format and addition of guidance.
Policy converted to new QCS format. Review of the form that now includes reference to raising concerns and infection control. Some minor changes to the body of the policy, such as acknowledging inclusivity and equality and how to respond to performance concerns when using agency workers.
Policy converted to the new QCS format. New forms designed to aid the diverse approach that can be taken with supervision. Supervision format also reviewed.