East Dunbartonshire

17th March 2000 at 00:00
East Dunbartonshire is to increase the support offered to teachers as part of its management of staff absence. Staff have increasingly been seeking advice on stress-related isues and this, with the high number of ageing teachers, is having an impact.

The council is now considering a secondment to work with the staff welfare officer.

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