Signing the TUC’s Dying to Work Charter

From Left to Right: Christopher Catling, Charles Green, Sue Billingsley, Stephen Bailey-John and Jon Dollery.

From Left to Right: Christopher Catling, Charles Green, Sue Billingsley, Stephen Bailey-John and Jon Dollery.

 

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales signed the TUC’s Dying to Work Charter on 7 February 2019.

Christopher Catling the Secretary of the Royal Commission said:

The Royal Commission welcomes the opportunity to sign up to the TUC’s Dying to Work Charter.   We fully support this initiative and by signing the Charter we are showing our commitment to providing a working environment where all our staff feel fully supported, particularly if diagnosed with a terminal illness.

Prospect, the union which represents the Commission’s staff, warmly welcomes the signing of the Dying to Work Charter, a TUC campaign which began in 2016. The Charter is part of the TUC’s wider Dying to Work campaign which seeks greater security for terminally ill workers where they cannot be dismissed because of their condition.

Learn more about the Dying to Work Campaign.

02/07/2019

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