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Support for a member of staff returning to work after a suspension

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Last updated on 9 April 2018
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While investigations should be confidential, in reality there’s likely to be some knowledge of what’s happened among staff. Use this article to help you support a member of staff to return to work following a safeguarding incident, and manage the relationship between them and other staff.

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