NASUWT Benevolent Assistance Fund.

NASUWT  - Here to help

Sometimes, members experience financial hardship through no fault of their own and as a result of unforeseen circumstances. These situations can arise because of chronic illness, bereavement, an accident or loss of employment through dismissal or redundancy.

The NASUWT Benevolent Fund was created to provide effective short-term assistance during such difficulties. 

Members are eligible to apply to the NASUWT Benevolence Fund if they are, or have been, subscribing members of the NASUWT. Dependants of a member, or former member, of the NASUWT may also be eligible for support.

Any NASUWT member who is experiencing hardship and wishes to make an application to our Benevolent Fund should contact the NASUWT to arrange a confidential visit from a local benevolence visitor.
All information will remain strictly confidential. 
Member Support Advice Service   03330 145550 08.00 – 18:30

NASUWT - LEGAL SUPPORT

NASUWT  - Here to help

NASUWT Members are entitled to full casework (and legal) advice, support and representation regarding all matters arising from teaching employment. 

This service is provided through an integrated network of elected and salaried officials and retained specialist solicitors. 

The Union also provides a legal advice service for non-employment matters. 

ACAS RESOURCES

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ACAS Code of Practice - Disclosure
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ACAS Code of Practice - Discipline and Grievances
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