My wellbeing

Violence and threatening behaviour in school

Violence and threatening behaviour in school

We’ve provided a checklist of what to do if you have been assaulted

All members of the school community have the right to expect their school to be a safe place to work and learn. There’s no place for violence, threatening behaviour or abuse in schools. Where such behaviour does occur, staff must know their employer will play a proactive role by taking all possible action to deal with it.

01 September 2015/Number of views (6681)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
What should I do if I’m absent on sick leave?

What should I do if I’m absent on sick leave?

This guide helps you to take some practical steps if you're absent from work on sick leave

Under your school’s or employer’s sickness absence policy there will probably be a section setting out the role and responsibilities of the employer and the employee (and possibly, other parties).

25 September 2014/Number of views (20763)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
Safeguarding against stress in the workplace

Safeguarding against stress in the workplace

Stress related ill-health must be treated in the same way as ill-health due to physical symptoms

Your employer has a legal duty to ensure you, or your colleagues, are not placed at risk through excessive and sustained levels of stress arising from the way work is organised or the way people deal with each other and their work.

25 September 2014/Number of views (8924)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
What can I do if I think I’m being bullied or harassed?

What can I do if I think I’m being bullied or harassed?

This brief guide gives you some basic information about bullying and harassment

This advice summarises the responsibilities of your employer and outlines some of the options for you.

02 September 2014/Number of views (18005)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
RSS

Related advice and news