New raising concerns posters available to download


Communicate, Communicate, Communicate

We have been working with the Social Partnership Forum to develop a series of materials to support you in the delivery of effective internal communications with staff. 

Our new suite of posters and flyers are available to download in different formats and can be used in your communications with staff.

To achieve a culture of openness and transparency in your organisation where staff feel able to raise concerns appropriately, it is essential to ensure processes are in place to regularly communicate the type of support staff can expect from their employer, and their legal rights.

Download the communication toolkit to find out more about the Social Partnership Forum and how to make the most of the materials. 

Download resources

There are three very different designs for you to use, this allows you to refresh the same message periodically by making use of the different designs. 

Each design offers you the option to customise by inserting your organisation name and the contact details of the designated officer(s) within your organisation in the free text boxes.

Get involved

We are continually looking for best practice examples from employers who have effective raising concerns arrangements in place and are striving to create an honest and open staff culture. 

If you have examples of where policies, practices and communications have worked well in your organisation, please let us know, and just as importantly what doesn’t go down well and lessons learned. You can do this by emailing   

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