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Management & HR

Wellbeing in the Workplace: support and resources

A selection of resources and signposting to guidance and best practice regarding Wellbeing in the Workplace, whether that ‘workplace’ is at home, an office, or frequently changing. The information included in this section is by no means an exhaustive list and we would welcome FST Members to get in touch to share further resources, case […]

Mental Health & Wellbeing: general support and resources

A selection of resources and signposting that address wellbeing, we would welcome FST Members to get in touch to share further resources, case studies or to suggest further topics that could be included. If you would like to get in touch with us to share suggestions or queries regarding this page then please email hello@scottishtheatre.org and mark […]

Mental Health: emergency support

If you are in need of immediate or urgent help with your own or anyone else’s mental health and wellbeing then each of the resources below offer the ability to contact specialist support.

Guidance on making redundancies in accordance with the Equalities Act

The Equality and Human Rights Commission have issued guidance for employers that are facing tough decisions about redundancies during the Covid-19 pandemic. The guidance outlines considerations that should be made in order to ensure complaince with equality law. The guidance is available below: Equality and Human Rights Commission – Redundancies

Contracts and Covid – FST Training

In October 2020, FST held a training session focused on contracting during the Covid-19 pandemic. During the session, speakers Scott Fyfe, Associate at Anderson Strathern and Callum Smith, Producer at National Theatre of Scotland gave advice and answered specific questions relating to the topic. Available below are resources signposted during the session: Playwrights and Digital […]

April 2014 update on NIC and Tax for Performers

At the FST members meeting in March 2014, three separate changes implemented by UK Government were discussed, concerning respectively: NI and tax for entertainers; Employment Allowance for employer’s NI contributions; tax relief for theatre production. The attached document contains an update / further information on each of these areas.