Police service information
While positive action in recruitment is laudable, and to be encouraged as a means of overcoming disadvantage and low participation, employers need to think very carefully about how they go about it, because if they make mistakes the cost may be high. Jason Braier explains why.
We explore the potential impact of workers' exposure to traumatic events and other stressful environments on their families and look at some of the measures that employers can take to support those families.
The Government has announced plans to change the way breaks in employment are treated, which could have a greater impact for local government than for employers in the private sector, due to the operation of the modification order.
We examine the unique status of police officers and the implications of that status. We also look at how the terms and conditions of police officers are both determined and changed.
We explore the unusual nature of the police service and the challenges that this creates for HR.
We examine the status of police staff who, unlike police officers, are subject to normal employment legislation. We also look at the status of special constables and volunteers.
We explore the tripartite arrangement on which the governance of the police service in England and Wales is based. We also look beyond the bodies that are party to the tripartite arrangement to a number of other important organisations that impact on HR in the police service.
This article looks at the public sector apprenticeship target, which applies to certain public bodies in England.
This article looks at the various requirements on local authorities to publish information about their pay policies and structures.
Commentary and analysis: HR and legal information, news and guidance relating to employers in the police service.
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