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Creating an Armed Forces policy

An overview of how to create an Armed Forces policy and why it is important to have one.

17 March 2020

2018 contract FAQs

Read answers to frequently asked questions relating to the 2018 three-year pay deal.

17 March 2020

Guidance on menopause at work

Guidance to support organisations, managers and employees to improve the way menopause is addressed at work.

9 March 2020

A quick guide to job matching

Read our quick explanation of the steps of job matching including who should carry it out and what documentation is needed.

9 March 2020

Supporting staff to work for longer

Read how University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust introduced a new initiative to support the retention of its older workers.

2 March 2020

Armed Forces glossary

Glossary of the key terms used in the Armed Forces community.

1 March 2020

Job analysis questionnaire

Download the job analysis questionnaire which is needed to evaluate a job locally in your organisation.

27 January 2020

What is a job profile?

A guide to the difference between job profiles, job labels and job descriptions.

21 January 2020

Consistency checking

Find out how to ensure robust consistency checking in your job matching and local evaluation outcomes.

17 January 2020

Financial wellbeing guide

This guide provides you with a four-step approach to implementing a financial wellbeing strategy in your organisation.

14 January 2020

Defence Employer Recognition Scheme awards

An overview of the Ministry of Defence-led awards programme which recognises organisations for their support to the Armed Forces Community.

9 January 2020

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