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Ask a Question: Better Ways of Working

These are some of our most recently asked questions. If you're unsure about something please submit a question. Feel free to ask a question in either Welsh or English. Please note, we will reply in the language of your question.

Your questions will be posted below anonymously.

Going forward we will be operating with fewer council buildings, but work is underway to identify community and other public sector buildings that our staff will be able to use.

Part of this work will also help us identify what our teams need from our buildings, which will help us decide what facilities we need to provide e.g., rest rooms, washrooms, team meeting spaces.

Your manager will be speaking to you about how your service will run going forward and accommodation will be a key part of the discussion. So, if there are facilities that you feel you need to do your job more effectively please let your manager know.

As an employee there are many rewards and benefits available to you. Full details can be found on the HR pages, which can be accessed externally from any device including your own personal device at https://ourpeople.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/

Going forward we will be operating with fewer council buildings, but work is underway to identify community and other public sector buildings that our staff will be able to use.

More information will be made available once the Accommodation Strategy has been agreed.

The framework applies to all our staff regardless of the number of hours or type of contract you have.

The framework applies to all non-schools staff but the principles can be adopted where practicable by all schools.

The framework applies to all our staff regardless of your role. You can find out more about the three different working arrangements - Fixed-located, Community-located and Multi-located - by clicking on the links.

Your manager will speak to you about how your ideas on how your service could be delivered going forward and will listen to how any changes might affect you.

We have also established an Ask A Question facility, so if you have any questions or ideas you can post them anonymously below.

We will be using our Investors in People review to speak to a cross section of our staff to assess how we are doing and to inform the way forward.

Generally, if you are too ill to attend work then you are too ill to work at home.

There may be some circumstances where it will be possible to work from home but if you are unsure, speak to your line manager.

People must not continue working when they are under instructions from a doctor not to work.

Necessary travel to locations other than your contractual workplace is official business travel and so you may claim reimbursement for travel and subsistence costs in line with the Travel Policy.

In respect of recording working hours, as you are not travelling to your contractual place of work, you would record your travel time as working hours.

No, we do not pay a home working allowance. However, you may be able to claim tax relief for some of the bills you have to pay because you have to work at home on a regular basis. You cannot claim tax relief if you choose to work from home.

For most people, this will simply require filling in a P87 form. This can be done through an online P87 form through your Government Gateway account or by filling out a postal P87 form.

Further information can be found on HMRC website

Employees working at or from home on a regular basis must inform anyone with an interest in the property (for example, building society, bank or landlord).

In doing so, it is important to emphasise that although there will be some work, e.g. administrative work, carried out at your home, the official business of the council remains at the offices of Carmarthenshire County Council. It should also be made clear that it is not intended that customers will visit your home and that council colleagues will visit very rarely (if at all).

Note: It is your responsibility to inform, where appropriate, any relevant parties about your home-working arrangements and / or abide by any service provision contracts.

Council property issued for use at home does not need to be insured through your home insurance or contents policy.

It is however your responsibility to inform your home insurance company of your home-based working arrangements.

In doing so, it is important that you emphasise that although there will be some work e.g. administrative work, carried out at your home, the official business of the council remains at the offices of the local authority.

It should also be made clear that it is not intended that customers will visit your home and that council colleagues will visit very rarely (if at all).

It is important that you are not working at home whilst solely responsible for a small child.

If it is agreed that you can work from home then, depending on your hours of work, you may be able to vary your childcare arrangements and work this around your working hours.

However, you still need to be able to deliver your work objectives / outcomes, and more specifically, you need to be available and able to attend / contribute to meetings.

If this is not possible because there is a child or other dependent at home that prevents this, then you will not be able to work from home whilst caring for a child / dependent.

Until your broadband issues are resolved you should work from your contractual base or one of our buildings.

Discuss and agree the alternative location with your line manager. Contact your broadband provider to resolve the issues.

If you are required to upgrade your broadband package due to speed issues, you will be expected to meet the additional costs yourself.

Your broadband should be sufficient for you to work from home effectively and your productivity should not be compromised because of poor connectivity.

We would recommend a minimum specification of 2MB however this will vary depending on job roles.

OfCom offer a free ‘online’ speed checker which can be run to test your current internet speed.

It is your responsibility to speak to your broadband provider if the speeds you are being provided with are poor and/or insufficient for home working.

The Authority will not provide any costs towards landline rental, broadband cor 4G/5G mobile devices.

No. You will be expected to carry out a self-assessment both before you start working from home on a regular basis to identify the equipment needed and then once you have your home-working equipment set up, to ensure this is correct and complies with our Health & Safety requirements.

You can access the workstation assessment form on the Health, Safety and Wellbeing pages

No. Travel costs (and travel time) will not be reimbursed to or from any alternative workplace where it has been your choice to work from that place as an alternative to your contractual workplace.

 

 

Agency workers and those on secondment to the council may agree informal remote working arrangements with their employer, subject to the requirements of the service being provided.

No. IT equipment will need to be ordered and will be provided by the council. This equipment will remain the property of the council and will need to be returned if you no longer need it or if you leave the authority.

As a Local Government Officer, you are expected to work and be resident in the UK.

In exceptional circumstances you may be able to agree with your manager that you can work for a very short time as a one-off, informal arrangement from a temporary location outside of the UK. However, you would not be able to do this on a regular and / or long-term basis.

This will need to be agreed in advance with your manager.

Only record the hours you are actually “at work”.

Our flexi time scheme allows you to work between the hours of 7am and 7pm and any arrangements need to be agreed within these parameters.

You will need to consider the needs of the service, your team and other colleagues who may need to collaborate with you.

You should also consider any team targets or response rates that you will still need to adhere to when deciding on what hours to work.

You will need to be clear with your manager and your team what hours you are planning to work on that day so that people know when you are going to be available.

Outlook calendars must be kept up to date as this is an essential way of detailing where you are and when.

This depends on the arrangement you have in place with your manager but for lone working purposes it is really important that your manager and colleagues know where you are working and how long for.

You will need to develop a system/process with your manger and colleagues to maintain contact and ensure your diary and work locations are readily available.

If you have a multi-located working arrangement you should choose a location where you feel you will be most productive. This could be one of our buildings, a community facility, your home or a client’s / customer’s premises. Prior to deciding where to work you will need to:

  • Consider the needs of your service and your team
  • Ensure you can work safely and efficiently
  • Be free of distractions
  • Be contactable at all times and be able to receive and make calls in a confidential manner
  • Make sure all data is kept securely
  • Agree your arrangement in advance with your line manager and make sure your colleagues are aware.
  • If you are unsure of the suitability of your proposed location discuss it with your line manager

Going forward we will be operating with fewer council buildings, but work is underway to identify community and other public sector buildings that our staff will be able to use.

Part of this work will also help us identify what our teams need from our buildings, which will help us decide what facilities we need to provide e.g. team meeting spaces, quiet space. Your manager will be speaking to you about how your service will run going forward and accommodation will be a key part of the discussion.

So, if there are facilities that you feel you need to do your job more effectively please let your manager know.


Once our Accommodation Strategy is agreed more details will be provided on alternative places for you to work.

Whilst we accept that minimising the amount of travelling we do is key to delivering the environmental benefits this framework has been based on, there will be circumstances where travel will be essential to conduct in person business. Examples of where this would be appropriate, which include:

  • Meetings where in person attendance is statutory
  • Developing and maintaining work relationships
  • Some democratic meetings with elected members

More information can be found on the Travelling for Work Purposes page

Agile working is now the norm for our staff and managers are encouraged to consider the benefits of remote working. This could include:

  • Reduced travelling which has a positive impact on the environment
  • Reduced travel time
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased employee engagement
  • Staff work/life balance and wellbeing

It is important to also consider such things as:

  • Whether the role / work needs to be carried out in the office environment and if so, why
  • Any impact on business delivery and performance both for the employee and the wider team
  • Any effect on ability to meet customer demand
  • The fit with other team members’ working arrangements

There will be local arrangements in place, so speak to your line manager about their methods of keeping in touch with you.

Corporately all our news and messages are placed on our Intranet, which can be accessed externally from any device including your own personal device at this address:
https://ourpeople.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/

We also publish regular newsletters for all our staff to read. We would urge you to sign up for these newsletters by using the sign up from on the intranet home page.

We are in the process of reviewing the mechanisms we use to communicate with all our staff and will update you as new solutions are introduced.

There will be local arrangements in place, so speak to your line manager about their methods of keeping in touch with you.

Corporately all our news and messages are placed on our Intranet, which can be accessed externally from any device including your own personal device at https://ourpeople.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/

We also publish regular newsletters for all our staff to read. We would urge you to sign up for these newsletters by using the sign up form on the intranet home page.

We are in the process of reviewing the mechanisms we use to communicate with all our staff and will update you as new solutions are introduced.

The framework has been designed to make your working life easier as well as improving the service we provide. If, taking a works vehicle home at the end of the day means you save time and reduces the amount of travel you do and improves or has no negative impact on service delivery then you might be able to do so if appropriate.

Speak to your line manager about this possibility, bear in mind the type of vehicle you use and make sure you are aware of the potential implications such as tax liabilities.

Going forward we will be operating with fewer council buildings, but work is underway to identify community and other public sector buildings that our staff will be able to use.

Part of this work will also help us identify what our teams need from our buildings, which will help us decide what facilities we need to provide e.g., rest rooms, washrooms, team meeting spaces.

Your manager will be speaking to you about how your service will run going forward and accommodation will be a key part of the discussion. So, if there are facilities that you feel you need to do your job more effectively please let your manager know.

We have a range of resources in place to support our managers in moving to a new way of working, which includes support from our TIC team, Employee Wellbeing advice, Learning and Development support and HR guidance /policies.

Further information on how to access this support can be found on our Better Ways of Working page.

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14/07/2021 07:45

why does it take so long to answer the questions

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14/07/2021 09:37

Sincere apologies for the delay in replying to recent questions. We have been experiencing technical difficulties. Responses to the unanswered questions will be posted in the next 24 hours. Many thanks for your patience.

08/07/2021 08:12

2021/ 22 National Pay Award - Why has it not been agreed yet after month of delay. Has the restructure caused this delay?

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14/07/2021 12:16

The Pay Award is negotiated at a national not local level and Councils do not have any control over the process or the timescales. Any pay award once agreed between the National Employers and the Trade Unions will of course be backdated subject to whatever agreement is reached.

08/07/2021 08:08

Will there be job losses at all levels/ grades Including - Redundancies - forced or voluntary Early Retirement - forced or voluntary Restructure causing old job to disappear from new structure Down grading staff Reducing Salary structure Any other form of forced or voluntary ways of workforce reduction

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14/07/2021 12:30

It is important to realise that Better Ways of Working is not about restructuring, redundancies and reducing our workforce numbers. The Chief Executive, during her on-line event, stressed that it was about learning from successes achieved during the pandemic and building on this to make sure we continue to deliver high quality efficient services to our customers and residents of Carmarthenshire. We are here to support you, so if you have concerns please speak to your manager, Head of Service or a member of our HR team.

08/07/2021 07:56

Staff have been under great strains during Covid causing different levels of Mental Health issues, increasing as time has gone. Is this poor timing to enforce a restructure, as since the announcement staff are feeling increasingly unsettled, anxious, worried about loosing their job, more depressed and causing more/ increasing mental health issues

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14/07/2021 12:30

The Chief Executive, during her on-line event, acknowledged that the last year had been difficult for many of us and expressed her sincere gratitude to all staff for their hard work. It is very important to note that Better Ways of Working is not about restructuring and job losses. The Chief Executive stressed that it is about learning from the successes achieved during the pandemic and building on this to make sure we continue to deliver high quality efficient services to our customers and residents of Carmarthenshire. We are here to support you, so if you have any concerns please speak to your manager, Head of Service or a member of our HR team.

02/07/2021 12:55

How will multi located staff manage if they have have all their equipment at home e.g. additional screens but wish to work hybrid, will the same equipment be available in the offices provided?

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14/07/2021 11:50

If you have a multi-located working arrangement, you will be provided with a standard laptop, headset, bag, and charger. At the workplace you will have access to a workstation with a dock, monitor, mouse, and keyboard for you to use.

If you regularly work from home the following IT / equipment may also be requested if the requirement is identified following a workplace assessment and / or agreed for other reasons by your manager:
• keyboard & mouse
• monitor(s)
• chair
• desk

The cost of any additional equipment will be charged to your service. Further information can be found on our BWoW pages.

30/06/2021 14:52

Will Pool Cars be available to all employees that travel for work, instead of them just being departmentally managed? A centralised Pool Car team and booking system allowing for all Pool Cars to be utilised fully, instead of only being available if you are in a specific department would be far more accessible, cost effective and would help to meet the Council's Net Zero Carbon Plan. Electric only vehicles are not always suitable but self charging hybrids would be a welcome addition.

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02/07/2021 09:56

Yes - the TIC Staff Group group is considering this issue at the moment and we are looking to align this work with Better Ways of Working programme. We will look to ensure that there are the optimum number of pool cars at key hubs across the county to reflect the demand as we move back to a new normal working arrangement. It is anticipated that these will be part of a managed pool car arrangement where the provision of hire cars will also be considered and managed where appropriate for longer journeys. The need to support the Net carbon Zero option will mean that the use of electric vehicles will be the default option for the provision of pool cars moving forward and we are already investigating the infrastructure implications at key sites such as County Hall. We will be rolling out the use of a Staff Travel Guide & Travel Calculator which will help staff make informed choices about how they conduct business travel in the future which will place great emphasis on challenging the need for journeys in the first instance and conducting meetings via Teams etc. Linking the staff travel work with the BWOW agenda also allows us to consider the need for green travel support facilities at key sites such as cycle racks and shower facilities.

22/06/2021 14:33

Will staff on the ground be involved in helping to make practical decisions regarding offices as senior officers will not be aware of the practical issues which need to be dealt with. If I am multi-located and have no identified base where can I store my petty cash / safe, team equipment and hard copy financial information that we are legally obliged to retain? Where do I direct my post and how do I access it as my service will continue to receive hard copy post from outside the LA?

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23/06/2021 10:22

We want everyone to get involved and have these types of conversations in their teams with their managers. It is important to note that no final decisions will be taken about our buildings until we fully understand what our services require in terms of accommodation.

22/06/2021 14:27

How would you deal with the sense of isolation and disconnect staff working remotely are feeling? Meetings via Teams do nothing to help with this and they hinder rather than help develop good interpersonal and working relationships.

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23/06/2021 09:56

Currently, we are following Welsh Government guidance and asking people to work from home wherever possible in a bid to contain the risk of spreading the virus. However, if for any reason this is not working for you, please speak to your line manager about the best solutions. Moving forward, as restrictions are lifted, there will be opportunities for teams to come together, which is why we are asking everyone to discuss the needs of their service, team and team members with their manager. We are confident that people will come up with their own solutions on how best to solve problems but we are also developing some resources to support people who are working remotely (some of which is already available on our Working from home guidance)

22/06/2021 14:10

In the past our organisation has benefitted directly from the indirect mixing of staff on work nights out, lunches, chats in corridors etc and this can aid a team to work better as one team. In what ways do you think the organisation can now invest in this time for staff so as to avoid a disconnect between staff and the wider organisation?

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23/06/2021 13:41

We understand, from the feedback we have had to date, that the informal interaction with colleagues you would normally get in an office setting is not possible to replicate when working remotely. We also understand that it is extremely important and that a one size fits all does not work as our services are very diverse. So, moving forward, we would encourage you to discuss ideas about how your team can maintain the social connections we all benefit from. We are also developing resources to support Better Ways of Working so, if you have any ideas, please let us know so that we can share these with the rest of the organisation.

22/06/2021 10:08

Will the Reception in St Davd's Park reopen? I understand the level of people calling to the building may reduce, especially with your proposed models however there are still service users attending the building to meet with staff and also post that has on occasion needed to be signed for. Please don't assume that everyone outside the council are equipped to have meetings online and that the need for face to face isn't there anymore.

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23/06/2021 09:08

We understand that we deliver a range of diverse services and that one size does not fit all our customers. We are in the process of reviewing our accommodation strategy and, whilst we are looking to reduce the number of buildings we maintain to save costs and reduce our carbon footprint, it is important for everyone to note that no final decisions will be taken until we have assessed what our services require. This is why we are asking everyone to get involved and discuss service, and individual, requirements with their manager. This discussion will include your accommodation needs and will be collated to inform what we do next.

If you haven’t already done so, please sign up for the Chief’s live event as she discusses these issues in her interview. More information on how to book on can be found here

http://intranet/latest-news/2021/june/reminder-book-your-place-on-chief-exec-s-event/

21/06/2021 12:13

Going forward, will there be changes to our travel base. My home is 15 miles from my office base. I still go out on visits, but unable to claim mileage for the first 15 miles.

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22/06/2021 09:58

We are in the process of reviewing our Travel Policy to meet the needs of Better Ways of Working. However, there is no plan to change anyone’s contract, and your contractual base will remain the same as currently. If you have a multi-located working arrangement and have agreed with your manager that that you may work from an alternative location and/or your home to provide flexibility to you and your service, you will be able to reduce your own commuting traveling costs by not having to travel to your contractual base every day. We will, however, continue to reimburse you for any excess mileage you incur, meaning you will not be disadvantaged by the working arrangement.

18/06/2021 14:26

How will school bursars and admin staff access support from LA support officers in the future?

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22/06/2021 09:58

Staff working within the Education & Children’s Department will continue to provide support to schools e.g. management of school grants as they have done since the pandemic started.  The use of Microsoft Teams for one to one communication and group meetings is now commonplace and although support staff will be working in an agile manner as opposed to being in an office, the provision of advice and guidance will not change. We are constantly developing the tools we use to communicate and will keep you up to speed on all developments.

18/06/2021 14:25

I'm a teacher in a school. Will Better Ways of Working change how school staff receive their professional development and training?

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22/06/2021 09:58

On-line training and meetings have evolved over the past year at a pace that we could not have imagined pre-COVID.  This has allowed more staff to access training with less time spent away from school. This better way of working will be built upon for the new academic year’s training programme.

18/06/2021 14:24

I work in a school. Will Better Ways of Working affect how Governing Body Meetings will be staged in the future?

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22/06/2021 09:58

The pandemic has meant that Governing Bodies have had to adapt to on-line meetings over the past 15 months.  Governors and school staff have been supported and trained in the use of Microsoft Teams.  This has resulted in reduced travel and commuting time for governors and clerks, allowing greater flexibility in terms of meeting arrangements. We are eager to see this develop further with on-going support from staff within the Education & Children’s Department.

11/06/2021 09:55

I do have some concern around engagement and proper representation of our team in this process. During these challenging times I personally feel that the support we have been given has been poor and many team members have struggled and are still struggling. Will we get the right support through this period of change? And if working remotely is the way forward will there be mechanisms in place to ensure we are supported properly?

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14/06/2021 09:53

Employee wellbeing is extremely important to us. This is why, during the pandemic, we decided to develop a dedicated information page on our Intranet to support our staff and managers through very challenging times.

Where concerns arise, we always encourage people, in the first instance, to speak to their manager. However, if you feel your concerns have not been addressed you can speak to your Head of Service, Director, or a member of our HR team.

Moving forward, if you are in a multi located role, you will have a degree of choice over where you work providing the needs of your service are met. If working from home, or close to home, works for you, your team, and your service, then you will be supported to do so. However, if this working arrangement is not suitable for you, your team, or your service, you will be able to work out of one of our buildings.

During the past few months, we have been encouraging everyone to get involved and to start the conversation about future service and working arrangements. It is important that your manager includes you in these discussions to help shape how your service will be delivered moving forward. If you are not being given this opportunity, please speak to your Head of Service, Director, or a member of our HR team.

We would really like to hear your suggestions on the type of support you would value. You can get involved by sending us your feedback or comments by e-mail. Further information on how to get involved can also be found on our Better Ways of Working intranet page.

09/06/2021 12:24

As an office worker what about those of us who do not have adequate facilities at home but have struggled on thinking that this is only for a short time? Not every-one has a spare room/ adequate free space.

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14/07/2021 09:37

We are currently following Welsh Government advice, which continues to encourage people to work from home where possible in a bid to reduce the risks of spreading the virus. Longer term, if you are in a multi located role, you will have a degree of choice over where you work and, once restrictions are lifted, you will be able to work out of one of our buildings if you find that working from home does not suit you, your team or your service. We are encouraging everyone to discuss their circumstances with their manager so that we can start planning our accommodation needs. If, however, you feel for wellbeing reasons, you would be better off working from one of our buildings please discuss your circumstances with your manager.

03/06/2021 16:34

As a multi located worker, would I be expected to spend a certain amount of time per week working from my council base rather than working from home?

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04/06/2021 11:46

As a multi located worker, where you work on any given day will be dependent on the needs of your service / team and agreed with your manager. There is no requirement to work a minimum number of hours at any location unless it is what your service needs. We would recommend speaking to your manager about what will work for you, your team and your service going forward.

03/06/2021 10:34

Will investments in the remaining facilities incorporate upgrades of showers, changing areas and rooms for exercise, which were in process prior to COVID? Also kitchens and rest rooms layouts and upgrades need to be considered to maximise wellbeing in the workplace

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07/06/2021 17:22

We are asking people to speak with their manager about future working arrangements and to put forward ideas, such as this, about how they would like to shape workspaces in the future. This information will feed into the wider engagement programme and will help shape how we work and use our administrative estate in the future including requests for improvements and adaptations. If we are being told that showers, changing facilities, improved rest rooms and exercise areas are what is needed, then we will do our very best to build these facilities into future accommodation plans.

03/06/2021 08:52

Oes ystyriaeth wedi cael ei roi i annog defnydd o'r Gymraeg yn y gweithle yn y ffordd newydd o weithio? Wrth i ni beidio defnyddio'r Gymraeg yng nghoridorau ein gweithleoedd, mae defnydd y Gymraeg yn disgyn ymysg ein staff. Wrth i'w defnydd ddisgyn, maent yn colli sgiliau a hyder ac yn colli arfer. Mae hyn yn gwrthweithio ein hymdrechion i hyrwyddo'r Gymraeg yn sir Gâr.

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10/06/2021 09:24

This is something that we have been discussing from a learning perspective. We have acknowledged that some may be experiencing fewer opportunities for ‘incidental’ use of Welsh and are looking at tools to support the use of Welsh in meetings, for examples using ice breakers or introductions in Welsh and opportunities for informal wellbeing meetings to be offered in Welsh.

Interestingly this has been a different story for Welsh Language development. The numbers completing Welsh language courses increased to 314 in 2021 from 223 the previous year when we were recognised as Employer of the Year from Learn Welsh Awards Ceredigion Powys Sir Gar 2020. There has also been a substantial increase in the number of people attending workshops to be Welsh Language Mentors compared to previous face-to-face delivery. These mentors will be supporting learners to use Welsh in the workplace. There are also going to be further opportunities for us to strengthen language development in what we offer as an employer and as part of a revised recruitment strategy.

Better Ways of Working provides new opportunities and strengthens some existing best practice for our way of learning and communicating across the Council, whether colleagues work in one of our buildings or not. There are some excellent examples of this already taking place across teams in a virtual way, with the added benefit of supporting individual wellbeing too. Continuing to profile the language, ensuring we meet our customer needs, supporting the many language development/learning opportunities available to colleagues, encouraging daily conversational Welsh and the social aspects of work, all form an important part of this approach for Better Ways of Working.

01/06/2021 15:10

Is the Cycle2Work scheme going to be increased to £2,000+ to encourage more active commuting?

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03/06/2021 10:55

Many thanks for this suggestion. It is something we are currently looking at and further information will be shared when available.

01/06/2021 14:34

I'm an office worker so would fall into the multi location category. Would one base be available to keep petty cash, stationery, confidential working files which can be required on a daily basis and need to be accessible to the whole team when cover is required eg annual leave, sickness

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02/06/2021 16:46

Yes, this would be the preferred approach. The details of your service requirements will be captured and passed to the Better Ways of Working project team via the engagement sessions that will be taking place with Heads of Service and their management teams. We are keen that everyone’s views are heard and would encourage you to discuss your requirements with your manager and team.

21/05/2021 16:40

I work part time, does Better Ways of Working apply to me?

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24/05/2021 11:53

The framework applies to all our staff regardless of the number of hours or type of contract you have.

21/05/2021 16:40

I work in a school, does Better Ways of Working apply to me?

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21/05/2021 11:52

All services will adopt this framework and it will apply to all our staff, with exception to those on the complement of locally managed schools.

However, schools may wish to adopt the spirit of the framework where possible.

11/05/2021 10:25

I don’t work out of an office, does Better Ways of Working apply to me?

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19/05/2021 11:51

The Framework applies to all our staff regardless of your role.