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A policy to encourage and enable anyone to raise issues of concern related to suspected improper conduct in the carrying out of the Council's business.
The community that Waverley serves can expect the highest standards of conduct from all employees who work for the Council. The code of conduct helps Waverley staff implement this principle.
This addendum to the Code of Conduct covers, in some detail, the use of IT in Waverley.
Waverley's stress management policy
This outlines Waverley's commitment of Equality of Opportunity for all.
Handling aggression at work policy
Dignity and respect at work policy
The Policy aims to ensure fair, equitable and consistent treatment of staff whose performance is below the required standard because of a lack of capability.
The Policy aims to ensure fair, equitable and consistent treatment of staff whose performance is below the required standard because of misconduct.
If an employee has a grievance, and attempts to resolve the matter informally have not been successful, the employee concerned can raise a grievance via this Grievance procedure.
If two or more employees have an identical grievance, and attempts to resolve the matter informally have not been successful, the employees concerned can raise a grievance via this policy.
Through appropriate support and management action, Waverley aims to maximise employees’ attendance in order to maintain a high performing staff team to deliver excellent services to the community.
This policy covers employees who may be required to use their own vehicles for work purposes and considers “essential users”, “lease car holders” and “casual users”.