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Workplace charter

Our workplace charter sets out our commitment to you as your employer, and what we expect from you as an employee. 

As your employer, Liverpool City Council will:

  • Provide strong, supportive leadership and managers who live our values and champion our vision
  • Do our best to provide you with the resources you need to do your job well
  • Provide open, honest and timely communications, including regular Let’s Talk one-to-ones and team meetings
  • Create a fair, kind, safe and equal workplace, free from discrimination
  • Empower staff to feel proud to work for the council
  • Put effective processes and systems in place to support quality, best value services for residents
  • Offer a learning environment, with a quality annual appraisal, opportunities to grow skills and a fulfilling job
  • Be flexible and support wellbeing and work/life balance
  • Involve all staff in decisions that affect them
  • Work as one team, valuing everyone’s contributions and celebrating all achievements
  • Listen and act when concerns are raised.

As an LCC employee, you will:

  • Be accountable for my actions and behaviour, live our values and champion our vision
  • Do my job to the best of my ability, with the resources I have, taking pride in my work
  • Take part, speak up, listen, be open and upfront
  • Be fair, kind and supportive to colleagues and customers, valuing difference and treating everyone with respect
  • Share ideas on how we can improve, so staff feel proud to work for the council
  • Always use the council’s processes and systems to ensure quality, best value services for residents
  • Embrace opportunities to learn and grow, always looking for ways to improve and be innovative
  • Be flexible, and look after my own health and wellbeing
  • Be open and willing to engage with change
  • Work as one team, valuing everyone’s contributions and celebrating all achievements
  • Challenge poor behaviour, raise concerns and speak out when something is not right.