Support for Staff

Staff Guidance & Policies

NHSGGC has a range of guidance and policies which support diversity in the workforce.These include:

Equality and Diversity Management Guidance
Adoption and Fostering Policy
Policy on Breastfeeding
Flexible Working Policy
Gender Based Violence Policy
Maternity Leave Policy
Parental Leave Policy
Reduced Working Year Policy
Special Leave Policy
Equal Pay Statement

Support for Staff with Money Worries

In the current economic climate, many staff are experiencing money and debt problems, which can increase personal stress.  NHSGGC has a number of resources to support staff.

Money Advice Cards – available from all main sites in a handy credit card size. Includes telephone numbers for help with money and debt management, work-life balance; employee support and staff benefits. 

The NHSGGC Money Management Guide covers money advice and affordable credit options for staff including the NHS Credit Union.

The ‘Help for You’ leaflet can also be used for staff experiencing money difficulties and copies can be left in staff informal meeting areas and notice boards.

Release Potential Campaign 

NHSGGC wants to promote an environment where staff members feel able to tell their managers about their disability and where managers understand the benefits of developing a workplace culture that is supportive to disabled people.

Over the coming months, we will be promoting the importance of a workplace culture which supports disabled colleagues. There are currently a wide range of resources available to managers on the Release Potential Staffnet pages. A Staff  Disability Forum has also been established.

Release Potential managers’ leaflet         

Staff Forums
Staff Disability Forum

The Staff Disability Forum aims to make positive changes in the organisation and provide a support network for disabled staff. For further information click here.

LGBT Staff Forum

Look out for the NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde LGBT Forum on Facebook at NHSGGC LGBT Staff Forum.
For more information about the group, contact us.    

Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Staff Forum

The first meeting of the BME staff forum will be held on 10th October from 12 - 2pm in the Lab Building, Seminar Room 2 (010), Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. For further information, contact Nuzhat Mirza at the Equality & Human Rights Team.                         

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