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Consulting staff: guidance

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Last updated on 28 February 2017
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How should we consult staff about proposed changes? We refer to guidance on managing staff consultations from ACAS and ASCL. We also include model consultation letters about pay and holidays, created by one of our associate education experts, and link to further examples of consultation letters.

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  1. 1 Planning a consultation
  2. 2 Choosing a method
  3. 3 Gathering and responding to feedback
  4. 4 Consultation letters: templates and guidance

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