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Return to Work – Legal: Candidate Information Pack

Return to Work – Legal is one of four Return to Work initiatives developed by the Local Government Association (LGA) and the Government Equalities Office (GEO).

Return to Work – Legal: Council Information Pack

Designed to support councils with the recruitment of legal professionals, this scheme will run a national recruitment drive on your authority’s behalf and give you the chance to connect with experienced barristers, solicitors and legal executives.

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Return to Work – Legal: Communications Toolkit for Councils

In this guide you will find templates for multiple communication platforms to make sharing the scheme as simple as possible. Please feel free to tailor the examples to suit your area and organisation.

Return to work legal: Stakeholder tool kit

Return to Work – Legal: Communications Toolkit for Stakeholders

In this guide you will find templates for multiple communication platforms to make sharing the scheme as simple as possible. Please feel free to tailor the examples to suit your area and organisation.

COVID-19 Workforce survey research report, 8 September 2020 COVER

COVID-19 workforce survey research report, week ending 18 September 2020

This is report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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Polling on resident satisfaction with councils: October 2020

This report outlines the twenty seventh set of results in a series of regular LGA public polls on resident satisfaction with local councils, conducted every four months.

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Changes to local authority powers and duties

Health protection, adoption and fostering, early years, children’s homes and postponed elections resulting from Coronavirus Regulations 2020

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Meeting the home adaptation needs of older people

COVID-19 has shown there is an urgent need for government to ensure that councils and local partners have the necessary funding to enable timely and effective home adaptations for older and disabled people, to help ensure their safety, wellbeing and independence during and beyond the pandemic.

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Re-thinking youth participation for the present and next generation: education to employment

As we look ahead towards the future, we now stand ready to play an equal part with Government to support an inclusive economic recovery – helping young people to ensure that the next generation doesn’t become a lost ‘pandemic generation’ with scars for years to come.

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COVID-19 workforce survey research report, week ending 2 October 2020

This is report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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Re-thinking local

The coronavirus pandemic has redefined how we all think about where and how we live.

Re-thinking local: full publication

Download the full publication.

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