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UNISON has sent a letter to the Treasury’s solicitor that could pave the way for further action over the exit cap regulations. UNISON has been …

6th December 2020Read More »
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UNISON survey reveals huge rise in numbers doing higher-grade work as teachers fall ill or fail to get tests. UNISON has discovered that twice as …

6th December 2020Read More »
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To celebrate UNISON’s ‘Grovember’ month and our 6,000th member, the West Sussex branch is offering members and new members the chance of taking home some …

16th November 2020Read More »
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Have you voted yet? The UNISON general secretary election must be conducted by a postal ballot to your home address because that’s how the law …

16th November 2020Read More »
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This is advice to UNISON West Sussex members in the Children, Young People and Learning (CYPL) directorate who may work in WSCC teams which are …

16th November 2020Read More »
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If you are leaving your school, or have left it within the last 3 months If you are leaving your school for other employment (even …

12th November 2020Read More »
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Our branch knows the candidates well. We’ve nominated Paul Holmes for general secretary because: Paul has the best record of leadership and fighting for members; …

9th November 2020Read More »
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This advice is for members in schools, free schools and academies, regardless of employer The position for Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV) individuals is clear: they …

9th November 2020Read More »
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On 14 October 2020, the legislation to implement the £95k cap on exit payments in the public sector was signed into law, meaning the new …

31st October 2020Read More »
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Fancy a 0% pay rise? That’s right – after thinking long and hard about it, university employers are offering hard-working university staff absolutely no pay …

30th October 2020Read More »
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