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Last updated on 18 January 2019
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Consulting with unions can be a useful, and often necessary step in the policy-making process. Clarify which policies need union consultation, what the consultation process should look like, and how to be confident in approving policies.

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  1. Do we need to consult?
  2. Know which policies require union consultation 
  3. The consultation process
  4. Unions may not approve 'block requests'

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