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Been meaning to join UNISON? Know someone who has? The West Sussex branch 10:10 recruitment offer will run from 30th September until 11th October. From …

17th September 2019Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex is holding member meetings for WSCC staff from 30th September to 4th October. All members are welcome and encouraged to come along …

17th September 2019Read More »
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UNISON is running a national ballot of our higher education (HE) members asking them to vote ‘yes’ for strike action to demand an improved pay …

17th September 2019Read More »
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Wendy Wilson, social worker and UNISON West Sussex Branch Committee member, writes: How awful the news was about murdered social worker Belinda Rose. Andrew Harper, …

3rd September 2019Read More »
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The Labour Link governs UNISON’s relationship with the Labour Party and promotes UNISON’s policy aims and objectives within the Labour Party. An important election is …

8th August 2019Read More »
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Branch Secretary Dan Sartin spoke to councillors about the council’s poor statutory inspection of its Fire & Rescue Service, focusing on how a number of …

17th July 2019Read More »
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UNISON has now submitted its response on local pay for 2019-20 to WSCC. Our response covered the 2% offer and whether or not UNISON should …

17th July 2019Read More »
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West Sussex County Council is still reporting a huge budget gap of £75.5million over the next 4 years. The worst of the 4 years is …

7th July 2019Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex is holding member meetings from 15th to 19th July on: Children’s Services Ofsted report; The local pay award (HAY, SMG4, AfC/Public Health) …

7th July 2019Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex will be out and about this summer for our hub events 15-19th July. If you are already a member of UNISON, bring …

7th July 2019Read More »
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