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Investigating low staff morale

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Last updated on 17 February 2017
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What can we do when a teacher tells a governor about low staff morale? The governing body's responsibilities extend to staff wellbeing. We relay advice from three of our associate education experts, and link to another article with staff wellbeing questionnaires.

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Contents

  1. 1 Responsibility for staff welfare
  2. 2 Speak to the chair of governors
  3. 3 Raise the issue in a governing body meeting
  4. 4 Gathering information about staff morale
  5. 5 Review the staff grievance policy

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