Issue details

Fair Work Charter

Fair Work Charter - update and decision on final internal draft of charter and progression to external consultation and development.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 12/12/2022

Decision due: 17 January 2023 by Cabinet

Lead member: Cabinet Member with particular responsibility for Planning and Placemaking

Lead director: Chief Executive

Contact: Clare Brown, Corporate Services Training and Project Delivery Lead Email:

Consultation process

Consultation and Engagement has taken place internally on the development of the charter.
This was undertaken by an interactive presentation/briefing to the consultees and requests for feedback on the elements to be included.
Project interdependencies were also explored with other streams of work across the council.


Key Officers - Community Wealth Building Officer, Executive Support Manager, Head of HR
Trade Unions
Member Development Group
Senior Directorate Management Teams
Staff Ambassadors
Human Resources Team
Various staff networks e.g. LGBTQIA+, Women's

Are there any climate change implications?: The charter makes reference to climate emergency and how businesses can improve their practices. It is hoped it will have a positive impact.

Agenda items


  • Fair Work Charter