Sector outraged by new ‘insensitive’ Ofsted guidance on reporting employees’ ‘emotional issues’

Katy Morton
Thursday, January 13, 2022

The early years sector is up in arms about new Ofsted guidance that states providers must report any changes to an employees’ health including depression, ‘stress-related’ or emotional issues.

The new Ofsted guidance says that providers must notify the inspectorate of changes to employees' mental health including 'stress-related' issues PHOTO Adobe Stock
The new Ofsted guidance says that providers must notify the inspectorate of changes to employees' mental health including 'stress-related' issues PHOTO Adobe Stock

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