Gagging for it

15th August 1997 at 01:00
Colleges should not impose gagging clauses on staff if they leave with a pay-off, according to new guidance for Welsh principals. Only in exceptional cases should golden handshakes be accompanied by confidentiality clauses.

Principals should also be careful if they want to re-hire staff part-time or as consultants, according to the guidelines from the Further Education Funding Council for Wales.

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