• Returning to Work following a period of self-isolation

    Returning to an essential service If an employee has come to the end of their self-isolation period, and they feel fit and able to return to work and are required to work as part of an essential service, managers should make contact with the employee and make arrangements for their…

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination

    Protect yourself against coronavirus. It is strongly recommended by NHS Scotland that you get the coronavirus vaccine when it is offered to you. COVID-19 is a respiratory infection which is highly infectious and can spread very easily. Catching COVID-19 can cause serious illness, hospitalisation and even death. The vaccine will…

  • New PYOL23 Payment Process (Temporary Teachers & Associated Professionals)

    Here you will find all information, guides and videos relating to the new PYOL23 payment process for temporary/supply teachers & associated professionals. Payments made to temporary/supply teachers & associated professionals are currently being processed via Seemis, however, in January 2021 we began a pilot within a few establishments within North…

  • Pay Scales for CLNL

    Below you will find the current scales for all CLNL employees.

  • Organisational Review for CLNL

    CLNL is required to make the best use of available resources toprovide efficient and quality services. This will require the organisation to periodically review how services are delivered, including service functions, organisational structures and staffing levels, in order to meet changing business needs and priorities. Reviews will be conducted in…

  • Working Time Regulations for CLNL

    We acknowledge the importance of allowing staff to take reasonable breaks from their work during the working shift in order to ensure their own health and safety and well-being and those of our customers. The purpose of this policy is to ensure compliance with the principles of the Working Time…

  • Whistleblowing for CLNL

    In the course of your employment or carrying out work for CLNL you may become aware of serious wrongdoing or you may have information regarding malpractice. The disclosure of such matters is clearly in the public interest and also in the Company‚Äôs interest and this procedure outlines the steps you…

  • Equality and Diversity in Employment for CLNL

    We are committed to the principle of equality and diversity in employment and embrace the spirit of the relevant legislation and codes of practice and recognise the need to ensure equality for our employees and prospective employees.  This policy outlines our commitment, in conjunction with relevant trade unions, to eliminate…

  • Standby and Emergency Recall to Work for CLNL

    It is recognised that some Services may need to provide cover at times outwith normal operating hours. The requirement to do so may in some cases be frequent and predictable, or in other cases, be less frequent and unpredictable. CLNL operates two arrangements to manage Standby and Emergency Recall to…

  • Travel & Subsistence for CLNL

    CLNL operates a scheme to reimburse employees who have incurred expenses while undertaking official duties as part of their employment.  Rates are in line with COSLA and HMRC guidance and will be revised in line with appropriate updates.