Why do we need a strategy? Wellbeing is not some touchy-feely concept that can be adopted by ticking a box. Nor is it simply having a well-written policy commitment to a healthy workplace. Wellbeing at work is a culture that needs to take root across the whole organisation; and not least by those who lead.
Starting off in leadership can also be a bit like a real journey into the unknown. This is a paradox, as leadership is a subject about which so much has been written.
It is common for staff in schools and colleges to have an express term written into their contract that sets out the required period of notice to be given by their employer. Alternatively the contract may refer to a collective agreement (eg. the burgandy book) that sets out notice terms.
We look in brief at how this particular piece of legislation can be important when considering entitlement to redundancy payments.
Whether or not you pay tax on earnings when working abroad depends largely upon your residency status. It makes no difference whether or not you work for a UK employer.
Being accused of bullying or harassment is something no manager ever wants to face. But it does happen. This leaflet sets out the steps you can take if you find yourself in such a situation.
The contract of employment is the basis of the relationship between employer and employee.
In a world where constant change and challenging financial circumstances have become the norm, this second volume in AMiE’s Nuts and Bolts series explores the skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage a budget.
Educational institutions can restructure at any time.
Education and training, at its best, transforms lives. It equips learners to realise their human potential, improves their employment opportunities, and empowers them in all aspects of their lives.