Policy library Grievance policy and procedure DescriptionOur grievance policy and procedure provides a structured way for employees to raise complaints about their employment. Contract standing orders DescriptionContract standing orders (CSOs) are the rules under which we make contracts for goods, services and works. Information security policy DescriptionThe information security policy sets out a framework for the protection of the authority's information assets. Recruitment of ex-offenders DescriptionPolicy statement on the recruitment of ex-offenders. Recruitment policy DescriptionThis policy provides a flexible and consistent recruitment and selection process in which roles and responsibilities are clearly defined. Employee suggestions and innovation scheme DescriptionThe Employee suggestion and innovation scheme allows staff to make a positive contribution to improve our operation and/or their job and to contribute to the service success. Social media staff guidance DescriptionThis document has been written to help staff at Wycombe District Council to decide if (and how) they should use social media and outlines WDC's best practice –our social media house rules. Sickness absence: manager's role DescriptionManager's role in the sickness absence process. Document retention DescriptionGuidance on how long we keep official documents and information including our retention and disposal schedule. Parental leave: policy statement DescriptionExplanation of parental leave rights. Sickness absence and ill health policy and procedure DescriptionSetting out our policy on sickness absence, the process and procedure dealing with absence. Pay policy DescriptionExplaining the pay policy, legal framework and implementation of the policy. Retaining-wallsDrug and alcohol misuse policy DescriptionSetting out our policy: persistent drug, alcohol and substance misuse is primarily a health matter needing help and treatment. Our aim is to provide access to appropriate advice and support. Capability policy DescriptionThis procedure is designed to encourage and maintain standards of capability and work performance. Retirement and flexible retirement policy DescriptionThis policy sets out Wycombe District Council's approach to the retirement of employees. Secondment policy DescriptionExplaining the secondment polcy: an alternative to recruitment and selection. Building regulations approved documents and guidesFixed term contract policy DescriptionExplains the cases in which fixed term contract may be used. Application for house name changeApply for planning permissionLocal terms and conditions of employment DescriptionLocally agreed conditions of service including, national spinal column pay points, hours of work, leave entitlement and sickness entitlement scheme. Wilber. Planning conditions explainedData breach guidance DescriptionExplaining what is data breach and the procedure for reporting breaches. Wilber. Employees' code of conduct DescriptionThe code provides guidance for all employees of Wycombe District Council (the council) on the standards expected of them in the performance of their duties. Stress management policy DescriptionOur policy sets out how we can help minimise stress in the workplace and work with individuals affected by stress. Conduct and discipline policy DescriptionExplaining the disciplinary policy, its purpose, scope, basis, process and management. Smoking policy DescriptionExplaining the smoking policy. Staff car parking policy DescriptionExplaining the staff car parking policy. Request a new binTime off work for dependants DescriptionExplaining the policy covering time off work to cover family medical emergencies. Death in service benefits DescriptionExplaining the Death-in-Service Benefit Arrangement Scheme. Green Book DescriptionThe Green Book includes key national provisions which are for application by all local authorities to all employees and other national provisions which may be modified by local negotiation. Working time regulations DescriptionHow the Work Time Regulations apply to Wycombe District Council employees. Right to apply for flexible working: policy and procedure DescriptionSome employees have the right to apply for flexible working. This policy utilises our flexible working patterns to the mutual benefit of the council and the individual and to build on our commitment to work-life balance. Guidance on working a nine day fortnight DescriptionThis protocol outlines how the 9-day fortnight should operate. Whistleblowing policy DescriptionExplaining the whistleblowing policy. Events protocol DescriptionExplaining the events protocol Cautionary contact register: Policy and process DescriptionCautionary Contacts Register s a means of identifying individuals who could possibly pose a risk to the members of staff.