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Sharon Senior: Reach For The Stars!

It was an amazing day and I was proud to have been a part of it – so a big thanks to my little sister for thinking of me and getting me involved. I owe her a bacon butty (without sauce!) #IWD2019

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Why Interchange is Great!

If you would like to find out more about our partnership and some of the great work that North West Employers has been doing with NHS North West Leadership Academy you can look at our great infographic, summarising our achievements over the last year.

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National Networks for Collaborative Outreach Project (NNCO)

The focus of the national NNCO is specifically to support adults looking for part-time, flexible study opportunities to improve their long term life/career prospects. All the resources being developed will be free, online and in the public domain. If you have a focus on adult learners or are working with younger learners where the full-time undergraduate option doesn’t seem feasible (i.e. grades below those required or the need to work and learn at the same time) we would be more than happy to discuss how we can support your work.

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Timewise Councils

We are going through a radical period of change in the workplace. People want a better work-life balance and employers are responding to this. The Government has recognised this with the introduction of flexible working and shared parental leave. The public has also responded with 14.1 million workers now looking for some form of flexibility in their next role.

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Employment Law Brief with Darren Newman

Social media has revolutionised the way in which we interact and communicate with each other. This poses a challenge for employers. To what extent can the online activities of an employee be something that an employer can impose limits on? When can online comments made be the subject of disciplinary action?

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RSPH on Devolution

Earlier this week Warren Heppolette, Strategic Director – Health & Social Care Reform Greater Manchester wrote a timely and accurate blog article for the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) blog based around how the Greater Manchester devolution deal potentially has the power to improve health, care and lifestyles for people in Greater Manchester.

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Annual Review 2015

In a year where the pace and expectations of public service reform has shifted up several gears, we wanted to take this opportunity to share with all of our member organisations the work we have been doing across the North West to support you in achieving better outcomes with, and for, your local communities. We have continued to support you through our four key themes of:

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