Team Based Self Rostering
The purpose of this policy is to allow employees to have more flexibility to plan their work around other commitments and responsibilities, whilst still fulfilling the needs of the service.
Team Based Self Rostering involves a basic shift in the way people think about work. Self rostering means agreeing the staffing levels and skill mix required at any time in the day, then giving staff the ability to schedule their working day collectively to meet these requirements.
Detailed in the tabs below you will find Team Based Self Rostering policy and process information in place in your Board.
National Services Scotland
Team-based self-rostering is one of a number of approaches to flexible working. This guidance should be read in conjunction with the full range of NSS flexible working provisions.
NHS Golden Jubilee
This policy aims to ensure the provision of safe, effective and person centred services. This requires planning to ensure there are the right staff available, at the right time, in the right place and with the necessary skills and training required.
Public Health Scotland
Team-based self-rostering is one of a number of approaches to flexible working.
From 1st April 2020 Public Health Scotland will bring together staff previously employed by NSS and NHS Health Scotland alongside new PHS employees, meaning different routes for staff to access HR information. Please refer to the option below that best describes your circumstances to ensure you refer to the correct information.
• I have TUPE transferred from NHS Health Scotland into Public Health Scotland – Please raise your query with HR via Contact Us
• I have TUPE transferred from NSS to Public Health Scotland – please select the National Services Scotland tab above to access all information.
• I am an employee in Public Health Scotland – please select the National Service Scotland tab to access all information.