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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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UNISON has reported previously on our concerns about how WSCC conducts its formal HR processes. Our concerns coincided with the arrival of a new HR …

11th February 2020Read More »
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The branch’s schools forum representative Keith Manville updates us on the latest news for schools members. Download latest Schools Forum Briefing Paper Following the update …

4th February 2020Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex is excited to announce a special course for UNISON members working in schools on gender diversity. This will be delivered by Mermaids …

4th February 2020Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex is holding lunchtime member meetings for all Children’s Services members (not just front line social workers) from 10th – 14th February on: …

31st January 2020Read More »
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Could you work for a branch of Britain’s largest public service trade union? Our busy branch office in Chichester has a vacancy for a Branch …

29th January 2020Read More »
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