Joint Declaration of Protection (for Dignity at Work and Inclusive Working Environment) launched today by the NI Employment Relations Roundtable.
Model Workplace Policy for Dignity at Work and Inclusive Working Environment
Everyone should be treated with dignity and respect at work. Bullying or harassment of any kind should not be tolerated.
Flexible working can deliver a win-win situation where employees are happier and more engaged because they are better able to manage the various demands on their time.
Employers have a duty to protect their employees and visitors from harm. They must do risk assessments and they must report any serious incidents to the Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland. Employees are expected to take reasonable care of their own health and safety.
Labour Relations Agency Public Meeting to Explore Link Between Good Employment Relations and a Strong Economy
The link between harmonious, productive workplaces and a thriving economy is the theme of the Labour Relations Agency’s annual public meeting on Thursday 25 October in Belfast’s Radisson Blu Hotel at 11.30am.
Parents of children under the age of seventeen (or disabled children under the age of eighteen) and carers of adults have the right to apply to their employer to work more flexibly.
This is a Guide to Pregnancy and Maternity at Work for Employers in Northern Ireland.