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Informing staff about a deficit budget

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Last updated on 12 April 2017
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How should a school inform staff of a deficit budget? We include advice from one of our associate education experts on how to communicate this situation to staff, along with some suggested wording for a letter to do this.

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  1. 1 Using a meeting
  2. 2 Using a letter
  3. 3 Sharing additional information

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