Wales - Human Resources - Supported Living
This policy has been reviewed and updated following an annual review. The policy now refers to fostering for adoption and includes helpful template documents.
This policy has been reviewed as part of an annual review. The policy has been updated to include helpful letter templates.
This policy has been reviewed as part of an annual review. A detailed checklist and guidance documents have been added to support this policy which include 40+ letter templates and forms.
This policy has been amended to convert it into the new policy format. The policy now also refers to the DBS Policy and Procedure as well as including the current rehabilitation periods for convictions.
The policy has been converted to the new policy format and additional guidance included. This policy was previously called ‘Temporary Workers Policy and Procedure’ and the title has been changed to avoid confusion with other temporary workers like agency workers and casual workers. For Domiciliary Care Clients this policy replaces policy number WPC15.
This policy has been reviewed and updated. There is more emphasis on best practice and the Sickness Absence Policy will now set out the process for dealing with health capability issues.
The policy has been reviewed as part of an annual review. The policy emphasises the need for organisations to work with staff who are thinking of retiring but not to prompt that discussion.
The policy has been reviewed as an annual update. The policy has been updated to offer more clarity about the interaction between this policy, the Capability Policy and Procedure and the Absenteeism Policy and Procedure.
This policy has been reviewed as part of an annual review. The policy has been updated to include further reference to the impact on individuals as well as confirmation of the fact that total workplace closures will happen only very rarely and when they cannot possibly be avoided.
This policy has been reviewed as part of an annual update. Focus has been placed on weighing up the support that can be given to a member of staff against the duties owed to service users.