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Local Government Act 1988

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PERSONNEL SERVICESE+W+S

F115(1)Provision of the following services (and only the following) falls within section 2(2)(n) above—E+W+S

(a)personnel advice to any of the following, namely —

(i)a defined authority or its elected members;

(ii)any committee or sub-committee of a defined authority, or any other group of persons which reports to such an authority, committee or sub-committee; and

(iii)any officer or department of a defined authority;

(b)personnel advice to any other person in relation to the discharge of any functions of a defined authority;

(c)conducting organisational and method studies and work studies including, in particular, conducting management service reviews and preparing business plans;

(d)human resource management including, in particular, recruitment, monitoring, assessment and appraisal;

(e)personnel research;

(f)developing and maintaining statistical and managerial information systems:

(g)subject to sub-paragraph (2) below, training a defined authority’s employees including, in particular, arranging, monitoring and evaluating training and development programmes;

(h)developing and maintaining employee relations policies, practices and procedures;

(i)personnel work in connection with any of the following, namely

(i)pay and other employee benefits including, in particular, superannuation benefits;

(ii)terms and conditions of employment;

(iii)health and safety policies and procedures;

(iv)employee welfare policies and procedures including, in particular, occupational health services; and

(v)redundancy arrangements and agreements;

(j)procuring, monitoring or supervising any services which fall within paragraphs (a) to (i) above and are provided for a defined authority by any person.

(2)The activities described in sub-paragraph (1)(g) above do not fall within section 2(2)(n) above where they relate to—

(a)the ordinary supervision of trainees or other employees; or

(b)the training of fire-fighting members of fire brigades.

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F1Sch. 1 para. 15 inserted (20.7.1995) by S.I. 1995/1915, art. 4

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