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There's no doubting that coronavirus will have a profound, long-lasting effect on all our lives.
Following consultation with the recognised trade unions we have revised our Trade Union Time Off Agreement.
We've been sharing messages of kindness this week as part of mental health awareness week but it's also important to be kind to yourself.
Information about how to change payment for Busy Bees Childcare Vouchers.
Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day and we're proud to say we've been ranked in the top tier of councils in the UK for our website accessibility.
Has it really only been a few short weeks since we went into lockdown?
This week we re-opened our household waste and recycling centres and Mike Ashworth has a message for those who helped make it happen.
Our team of trained mental health first aiders are available to provide confidential advice to any colleague who needs support with their mental wellbeing.
If you or someone you live with develops symptoms of coronavirus you must self-isolate by staying at home.
Our staff have been showing their Derbyshire Spirit to provide extra support for vulnerable and elderly residents during the coronavirus outbreak.
We're backing the Government's 'you are not alone' campaign to raise awareness of the support available to anyone experiencing domestic abuse.
Since the advent of coronavirus many of us find ourselves in a situation which requires a dynamic and fast-paced response.
This week we are supporting mental health awareness week and in particular, this year's theme of 'kindness'.
On Monday, the government launched a care home testing portal to allow testing for all care home staff and residents.
The guidance remains clear that colleagues should continue to work from home where they are able to do so.
On Sunday 17 May 2020 we'll be flying the rainbow flag at County Hall to mark IDAHOBIT day.
Yesterday the government made a public announcement regarding the coronavirus outbreak and outlined the next steps to be taken.
Many of us are currently working from home but it's important to let other colleagues and contacts outside the council know how and when you can be contacted.
Tomorrow we'll be commemorating the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Phishing attacks are a means to persuade you into divulging sensitive information such as credentials, or bank and credit card details.
The Derbyshire Business Centre has remained open during the pandemic and are looking to assist staff wherever possible
Follow these top tips to help keep personal and council information safe.
We're pleased to announce that Faxi Ltd are our new car share provider, with effect from 1 May 2020.
We've had a fantastic response from you following the launch of our Derbyshire Spirit campaign – but we want to hear from even more of you!
Advice to help you understand broadband speed and connectivity.
We've taken the decision not to renew the contract when it ends in May.
If you need EDRM training, or just a refresher, the records management team is holding a Skype session every Wednesday at 2pm
Thanks to all our staff who have worked tirelessly to make sure essential services continue to be delivered to the people of Derbyshire.
There may be a delay to the fund's normal response time in dealing with enquiries due to the number of staff working remotely.
Staff working from home should be aware that devices like Alexa, Siri or Google assistant may be listening in to your calls.
From Monday 30 March 2020 we're implementing the first phase of our new HR model designed to improve the support service offered to managers.
Today is No Smoking Day and it's the perfect time to quit that habit for good.
The online registration and booking system for the new fleet of electric pool cars is now available.
Our new fleet of electric pool cars have been launched and will be available to book from Monday 16 March 2020 if you are travelling from County Hall and back.
Are you having a clear out this spring? If you unearth any old, broken or unwanted electricals they could win you a cash prize.
Those of you visiting or based at County Hall this week may have already spotted the first of our new fleet of electric vehicles parked on the terrace.
As you may be aware a case of COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus) has been confirmed in Derbyshire.
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As part of GDPR requirements we're having to relocate or retire Microsoft Access Databases.
We've just launched a new campaign which addresses the impact of falls amongst older people and promotes a healthy, happy, ageing lifestyle.
We're holding an event at County Hall on 3 March 2020 to look at ways we can work together with other organisations to tackle climate change.
You can look at the traffic cameras we have placed around Derbyshire.
There are still places left on our Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word courses during March.
You will have seen a lot in the media recently about a new strain of Coronavirus (Covid-19) which originated in Wuhan City, China.
Lots of you were extremely busy over the weekend dealing with all that Storm Ciara has thrown at the county.
We're implementing changes to the way you work with our HR function and how we provide HR support.
Would you like to know more about how to use Word, Excel and Outlook to make your job easier?
We want to know what you think about our plans to close or refurbish some of our care homes.
Each year the Director of Public Health produces a report into the health of Derbyshire. This year's report talks about the important issue of ageing well.
We can now confirm that Dnet, our old employee intranet, will be shut down on Thursday 13 February2020.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week Councillor Angelique Foster, has been out to meet apprentice road worker Josh Neal at his depot at Chesterfield.
If you want to find out more about road conditions when we get significant snow then just sign up to receive information to your personal email address.
Mental health issues affect one in four of us, and yet mental ill-health – and talking about it – can still carry a stigma.
Our community safety team and the police are running a drop-in session at County Hall to help employees and visitors avoid the cybercrime and stay safe online.
As part of our approach to bringing new talent to work for us, we are starting to plan for our 2020 apprenticeship recruitment campaign.
If you work directly with older people, disabled children and other vulnerable groups then you have until 31 January to get your free flu vaccination.
Action Grants support the work of community groups, clubs, charities and parish councils.
If you are undergoing a major change at work, then the 'Resilience Through Change' one-day workshop can help you.
This year's early May bank holiday is moving from Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May 2020 to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
We've enabled a new feature which allows you to upload a photo of yourself into your Office 365 account.
Live Life Better Derbyshire is our free service to help you improve your health and wellbeing, providing stop smoking support and weight management sessions.
Make a healthy start to the new year with our online health and wellbeing MOT.
We know bad weather can occasionally make travelling to work difficult and we have recently revised the adverse weather policy.
The Internet and email Acceptable Use Policy has now been merged with the Acceptable Use of Social Media Policy.
Locally and nationally, levels of flu in the community have been increasing and there have been a number of outbreaks in care settings, hospitals and schools
From 2 January 2020, our employees will be able to buy either a 7 day or 28 day Stagecoach Megarider ticket online using a unique 5% discount code.
The next password cracking test will take place on 6 January 2020.
Although some of you will be taking a well-earned break and enjoying the festive period with friends and family, we know that lots of you will be at work...
Places are available on the next Derbyshire Leadership and Management Programme starting in March 2020.
If you have access to Workplace and either work within the flexitime scheme or for Call Derbyshire you will not receive a paper payslip from December 2019.
The new Digital MOT is an online risk assessment tool that can help you review your online safety and identify any actions you can take to protect yourself.
Our Derbyshire eNewsletter Issue 95, 29 November 2019.