A hospital trust has issued all staff with guidelines setting out how they can expect to be treated by management.
The people management document, produced by the Royal Shrewsbury Hospitals NHS Trust, covers a range of subjects including employee relations and training. It tells staff that employees will be encouraged to join a trade union.
The trust's human resources strategy will also be updated frequently and staff opinion surveys carried out regularly.
The document adds, "Staff can expect their managers to recognise signs of stress and know how to assist those affected by it.
"All professional staff can expect to be continuously developed within their role. Staff with the potential to develop their careers further will be encouraged."
Other categories in the document include pay and reward, change management and communications.
Personnel director Ron Jones said, "All staff will receive a personal copy of this document over the next few weeks. We hope it will be used by staff to monitor the performance of the trust's management.
"It also meets Alan Milburn's challenge that good management should not be left to chance."
The document was launched at the beginning of April.