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As of the 1st of March 2020, the new NHS Scotland Workforce Bullying and Harassment Policy will replace the Dignity At Work NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Policy.
New Bullying and Harassment Cases
For all new bullying and harassment claims please use the above link to access the policy and extensive supporting documentation including the Workforce Investigation Process.
To obtain HR Support for the Workforce Investigation Process, please complete the Request to Initiate HR Support.
The policy provides a process to ensure that concerns about standards of conduct, inappropriate behaviour or wilful misconduct are managed in a fair, consistent and timely manner.
Existing Bullying and Harassment Cases
Individuals currently within a process under NHS GGC Dignity at Work should continue with the NHS GGC process.
If further assistance is required please do not hesitate to contact the HR Support and Advice unit if you wish to discuss this further.
[email protected] or 0141 278 2700 option 2
The purpose of this policy is to support dignity and respect at work and to help foster a positive and dignified workplace culture. The policy describes the courses of action open to members of staff who experience unacceptable or inappropriate behaviour but also how, as an organisation we aim to minimise the incidents of such behaviour occurring in the first place.
The material contained in this section is management guidance, rather than guidance that has been agreed in partnership.
Top Tips on using the Dignity at Work policy.....
The first section of the policy is about striving for cultural change through managers and leaders setting a positive culture and through Organisational Development, using tools such as those described in Facing the Future Together. Facing the Future Together plays a large part in creating this culture with its focus on the 6 values of;