Information for employers

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Find out more about our commitment to working with employers, the policy and legislation which underpin raising concerns and identifying your role in influencing change. You can also access guidance, campaign material and resources to keep you up to date with policy and practice developments.

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Speaking Up Charter - our commitment

We have signed up to the Speaking Up Charter and pledge our commitment to working in partnership with key stakeholders and other interested parties to help enable a cultural change in the NHS.

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Freedom to Speak Up, policy, legislation and guidance

Find out what you need to know in relation to Freedom to Speak Up, policy and legislative drivers and available guidance.

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Employer engagement

Your opinion matters to us. This section describes our strong engagement with employers and how you've helped us influence national decision making in relation to raising concerns.

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Improving staff experience

How staff feel at work is key to the delivery of high quality, safe patient care. This section highlights all the programmes, tools and resources available which can help organisations support their teams.

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Resources, campaign materials and shared learning

Our resources are designed to help you identify gaps, successfully raise awareness of raising concerns locally and effectively manage concerns as they arise.

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Raising concerns share and learn forum 

Our share and learn meetings provides HR and senior managers with an opportunity to hear the national perspective, find out what is working well elsewhere and share develpoments in your organisation.

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Raising concerns share and learn - book your place

Our next share and learn forum, aimed at HR directors, senior managers and managers, is fast approaching. Find out more and book your place.

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National guardian publishes her ‘first 100 days’ report

Dr Henrietta Hughes, national guardian for speaking up freely and safely in the NHS, publishes her first report which states 201 organisations have appointed an FTSU guardian.

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