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This policy outlines the processes by which a community member may have their complaints against an employee’s conduct or the Department's processes addressed, in accordance with the Australian
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This policy replaces the Fraud Prevention and Detection policy and has undergone 18 months of revision and consultation. It refers to corruption, which includes fraud, better reflecting the Premier's
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The Staff Conduct and Discipline policy applies to all employees of the Department of Education and describes the expectations the Department has of its employees and outlines the processes that will
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The Department of Education provides inclusive and equitable work and learning environments, services and management practices free of unlawful discrimination and harassment. This includes the
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The Workplace Bullying policy affirms the Department’s commitment to safe, equitable and non-discriminatory workplaces, and guides employees and line managers in the prevention and effective
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The principal has primary responsibility for the day-to-day management and control of a school, including all persons on the school premises, and are to provide for the safety and welfare of students
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The Department registers home educators and evaluates their educational programs and children’s progress.
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This policy provides the mandatory framework for school decision making about promoting and maintaining positive student behaviour, as well as responding to student misconduct.
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This policy is a guide for employees in deciding whether information they have is public information for the purposes of public interest disclosure; making a public interest disclosure; and
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This policy outlines the rights and responsibilities of staff regarding work related injuries and injury management, including details about how to lodge a Workers’ Compensation Claim and support an
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