Wales - Registration - Supported Living
This policy details the process to follow when requests for information are received. It has been reviewed with no significant changes and references have been checked and updated.
All prospective employees should be subject to a risk assessment for a DBS check and, if they are assessed as requiring a DBS check, consideration should be given to the appropriate level. The policy has been reviewed with no significant changes and references checked and updated.
This policy underpins each employer’s approach to discrimination and equal opportunities. It has been reviewed and some content changes made, including reference to ‘bullying’ as a form of discrimination. References have also been added in the ‘Further Reading’ section.
Legislation has been inserted with reference to 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, whilst the Welsh Lines of Enquiry have also been added.
The policy has been updated to streamline the structure and add new useful documents. The references have also been updated and Welsh Lines of Enquiry added.
This policy is one of the main policies governing the relationship between employees and their employers. It sets out a formal process that an employer is obliged to deal with. It has been reviewed with no significant changes and references have been checked to ensure they remain current. One extra further reading reference has been included.
The policy has been updated to make reference to furlough and explain why it is not relevant to this policy. This policy governs what steps should be taken and what considerations are taken into account when deciding if it is too dangerous for an employee to attend work due to adverse weather or other external factors out of the employee’s control. Reference have also been checked and updated and the Welsh Lines of Enquiry added in to support how this policy meets the regulations.
Policy converted into the new QCS format and strengthened with information regarding safety, end of life care and partnership participation. Reference to GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018 included.
Updated to reflect changes in training requirements. The policy includes key facts and evidence to support outstanding practice. This policy covers all staff groups in the service and references All Wales Induction Framework. This document has a new reference code, the previous code was WPR14.
A new policy for Induction and Onboarding. Achieving the right induction for staff is vital and the key to retention of staff. A positive experience can make all the difference. This policy identifies the procedures to follow to achieve a successful induction. Resources and further reading are available to enhance the core induction. This policy has a new name and a new reference code. It was previously WPR07 Induction Policy and Procedure.