Qualifications Wales

Thank you to Qualifications Wales who signed the charter on 29th January 2021 providing protection for their 80 employees.

Chief Executive, Philip Blaker, said:
Commitment to our staff is important to us at Qualifications Wales and I am proud to sign the charter in partnership with our Trade Union to show our continuing support. We have strong values and signing the charter will strengthen these as well as giving our staff the peace of mind at a difficult time and enable them to choose the best course of action for themselves and their families.

Humberside Police

Humberside Police

Thank you to Humberside Police who signed the charter on 15th December 2020 providing protection for their 3,460 employees.

Chief Constable, Lee Freeman, said:
Our officers and staff help so many people in their times of need, so it’s only right that we do the same for them. Your job should be the last thing on your mind when you’re given a terminal diagnosis, so this commitment is about offering peace of mind for anyone in this situation. "We’re proud to sign up for this Charter which will only strengthen our values as an organisation.

Hywel Dda University Health Board

Thank you to Hywel Dda University Health Board who signed the charter on 14th February 2020 providing protection for their 10,000 employees.

Deputy CEO, Dr Phil Kloer, said:
“This is a very positive step forward in supporting our staff when they need it most. We are proud to sign up to this Charter today which will strengthen our values as an organisation and as an employer.”

Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales

Adult Learning Wales

Thank you to Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales who signed the charter on 10th February 2020 providing protection for their 300 employees.

Chief Executive, Kathryn Robson, said:
“We have a fantastic team of staff, who work tirelessly to help our learners thrive and achieve their goals.  We’re committed to providing help and support to all our staff, and especially during times of distress where we hope to offer some comfort and security, to help relieve unnecessary worries.  The workplace is often an extended family, and we had no hesitation in signing up to the Dying to Work Charter, as any caring family member would do.”