My employment

Information on all aspects of your employment at Denbighshire County Council.

Coronavirus: Workplace wellbeing

Information, guidance and resources to support you during COVID-19.

Services and information

Domestic abuse: Help and advice

There are a number of organisations that can help if you or someone you know suffer from domestic abuse.

Employee Handbook (Terms and Conditions)

Our Employee Handbook is designed to introduce you to our organisation and to be of continuing use during your employment.

Probationary period

New employees of Denbighshire County Council are automatically subject to a six month probationary period.

New starters

Information and guidance for new starters.

Leave and attendance

Annual leave, family leave, health related absence and more.

Employment conflicts

Information and guidance on employment conflicts for employees of Denbighshire County Council.

Employee performance management

Performance management provides an opportunity for employees to have a conversation with a manager about their performance and development needs.

Advice and support for employees

Advice and support from Human Resources.

Pay and benefits

Information about pay and benefits.

End of employment

Leaving Denbighshire County Council, later working life and retirement and support.

Reorganisation and change

The nature and role of the council is continually changing. It is therefore essential that change is managed effectively and efficiently.

System guides

HR system guides.

Workplace wellbeing

Your wellbeing at work is crucial in helping you to achieve your full potential.

Employee learning and development

We are always encouraging our employees to develop their skills to be able to deliver the best service for our communities and residents.


Information about the induction process.

Jobs and employees policies

Our jobs and employees policies.

Human Resources: frequently used forms

Frequently used HR forms.

Coronavirus: Information for staff

Information and guidance during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.