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The UNISON West Sussex branch is managing to keep the office fully functional. Our core office hours are 9.00am-4.30pm, Monday to Friday. We are dealing …

3rd April 2020Read More »
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The branch is dealing with a large number of enquiries from members about Corona Virus as you would expect. The branch has a wide range …

20th March 2020Read More »
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The branch is acutely aware that many of our members working for employers who offer poor terms and conditions may enter a period of hardship. …

20th March 2020Read More »
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Due to the Corona Virus situation the branch has reluctantly had to cancel its AGMs, scheduled for the end of March. This means all three AGM events are now cancelled, including the Quiz & Curry night. The branch’s Staff Side Executive Committee took the decision to cancel this year’s AGMs, …

20th March 2020Read More »
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The UK currently faces a heightened risk of people falling ill with Corona Virus, a respiratory disease which spreads rapidly. The Prime Minister has said …

4th March 2020Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex is advising members who are Library staff and all Library colleagues to report and ensure their line managers record all incidences of …

18th February 2020Read More »
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Branch pensions officer Judith Taylor reports on the health and governance of the West Sussex pension fund. “There are over 150 employers in the fund, …

18th February 2020Read More »
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UNISON has rejected the 2% initial pay offer made by the local government employers. Back in last summer, UNISON submitted the pay claim for 2020/21. The claim …

11th February 2020Read More »
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A full council meeting scheduled for 14 February will be where cuts for 2020-21 are finally decided. UNISON remains highly concerned about cuts identified for …

11th February 2020Read More »
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Most women experience the menopause between the ages of 45 and 55 – while they’re working. Given that women make up more than 70% of …

11th February 2020Read More »
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