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Getting involved in the RCM
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Standing for the RCM Board

01 April 2019 The RCM wants its board to reflect the diversity of our member base. We have developed this publication to encourage you to consider standing for election to the board.
Getting involved in the RCM
Branch Governance Handbook Front Page
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Branch Governance Handbook

01 January 2019 This handbook has been produced by the Royal College of Midwives as a user friendly guide to support Branch Officers, Workplace Representatives and Maternity Support Worker Advocates with the smooth running of their local Branch.
Your rights at work
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Pregnancy and Maternity Rights At Work

12 December 2018 It is important that midwives and maternity support workers are aware of the significance of pregnancy discrimination and the effect this has on women. This publication gives statistics on pregnancy discrimination, its effects and the rights ...
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Role definition for Stewards

12 December 2018 RCM stewards recruit, represent and support members in the workplace. They are advocates of the RCM and act in the best interests of the RCM and the members they represent including ensuring that members are working in maternity services that ...
Your rights at work
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Work-Related Stress

12 December 2018 The number of employees absent from work due to stress and mental health conditions is rising. This guidance gives advice on helping to identify triggers and manage stress, with a particular focus on heads of midwifery and workplace representatives
Your rights at work
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Working With The Menopause

12 December 2018 This guide gives information about menopause, its symptoms and how it affects women at work, particularly in a maternity unit. It also provides advice on what employers and workplace representatives can do to help
Your rights at work
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Equality Essentials

11 December 2018 It is very important that RCM workplace representatives are aware of the Equality Act 2010 and its contents. This can help them support and protect our members in the workplace and make sure they are not discriminated against
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