Dignity at Work
NHSBT strives to ensure we have an engaged, caring workforce where valuing difference is in all that we do. To achieve this and make our organisation a great place to work, we must address all forms of harassment, bullying, abuse, discrimination and inappropriate behaviour. We have a number of supportive tools and policies in place to assist this. Our intention is to address issues quickly and where possible on an informal basis in the first instance.
We have set out our commitments in our Single Equality Scheme. You may also be interested in looking at our Diversity and Inclusion pages and What should I expect if involved in a Dignity At Work Investigation.
- Dignity at Work policy
- Transitioning at Work policy
- Raising a Matter of Concern (Whistleblowing) policy
Guidance and Checklists
- Dignity at Work FAQ
- Grievance FAQ
- Transitioning at Work FAQ
- Transitioning at work - Action Plan (opens in a new window)
- Single Equality Scheme 2015-2019
- What to Expect (opens in a new window)
- What to expect if you raise a concern (opens in new window)
- What to expect if a complaint is made against you (opens in new window)
- Diversity and Inclusion Pledge (opens in a new window)
- NHS England - Combatting racial discrimination against ethnic nurses, midwives & nursing associates (opens in new window)
- Employment Cases - The role of a Support Manager (opens in new window)
- Employment Cases - What to expect if you are a witness (opens in new window)
For any attendance concerns for Blood Donation agency workers, refer to the raising a matter of concern under the Blood Donation Resourcing and Onboarding – Blood Collections page.