Homeworking Policy

Homeworking Policy

Homeworking Policy – Belstone Parish Council Policy The Council recognises the advantages of home-based working although it doesn’t suit everyone, and some job roles may not be appropriate to undertake at home. This policy describes the working arrangements and expectations that will apply if you work from home. Scope of this policy It applies to…

Complaints Policy

Belstone Parish Council Complaints Policy The following is the Belstone Parish Council’s procedure for dealing with complaints about the Council’s administration or its procedures, a complaint against the Clerk or a complaint against a Parish Councillor. Complaints about a policy decision made by the Council will be referred back to the Council for consideration. The…

Belstone Parish Council Financial Regulations

Belstone Parish Council Financial Regulations

Belstone Parish Council BELSTONE PARISH COUNCIL MODEL FINANCIAL REGULATIONS 2019 FOR ENGLAND General Accounting and audit (internal and external) Annual estimates (budget) and forward planning Budgetary control and authority to spend Banking arrangements and authorisation of payments Instructions for the making of payments Payment of salaries Loans and investments Income Orders for work, goods and…

Belstone Council Employment Policies

The following employment policies were adopted by Belstone Parish Council at their meeting on 22nd February 2022. The following policies were also adopted, and can be viewed by contacting the Parish Clerk on . Equality and Diversity Policy Expenses Policy Grievance Policy Sickness Absence Policy Training and Development Policy Whistleblowing Policy

Grant Giving Policy

Belstone Parish Council GRANT GIVING POLICY Introduction Belstone Parish Council receives requests from third parties for donations. The power for the Parish Council to donate is contained in the Local Government Act 1972, s 137, which allows a local authority to spend a limited amount on activities for which it has no specific power, but…

Antibullying and Harassment Policy

Introduction All staff should be able to work in an environment free from harassment and bullying and be treated with dignity and respect regardless of gender, sexual orientation, transgender status, marital or family status, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origins, creed, culture, religion or belief, age, or disability. This policy and procedure provide guidance…