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2019 will be remembered in West Sussex for a long time. Although the situation had been getting progressively more difficult at WSCC over the last …

14th January 2020Read More »
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UNISON has held three separate weeks of member meetings across the council’s office hubs since the Ofsted report was published. We visited different offices each …

14th January 2020Read More »
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UNISON’s forum member Keith Manville updates us on the latest news. Staff shortages and school viability “Following restructuring resulting from departures in WSCC senior roles, one of the issues recognised by the local authority’s (LA) education teams is the fact that the LA has not recruited to new posts, leading …

14th January 2020Read More »
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The January 2020 edition of Branch Lines is now available for you to download! Branch Lines – January 2020 edition Printed copies are being distributed around …

10th January 2020Read More »
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The West Sussex branch made the news on January 8th 2020. BBC TV South Today were covering the departure of the previous Chief Executive, Nathan …

10th January 2020Read More »
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Branch AGMs will take place around the county from 25 March 2020. There will be three short AGM sessions this year. They will consist of …

10th January 2020Read More »
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In May 2019 the Joint Unions formally submitted the 2019/20 pay claim to the Association of Colleges (AoC). The claim was: £1 extra per hour …

20th December 2019Read More »
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UNISON’s 2019-20 winter fuel grant programme opens Monday 2nd December! Grants of up to £40 per household are available to help members in low-income households …

19th December 2019Read More »
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UNISON has teamed up with household names to bring savings to its 1.3 million members this Christmas. There are massive seasonal discounts to theatres all over …

18th December 2019Read More »
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Dear UNISON West Sussex member I wanted to write to explain why and how the election manifesto the Labour party has launched reflects the priorities …

3rd December 2019Read More »
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