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UNISON has been frustrated by the inability of the West Sussex Education & Skills department to issue timely and clear revised guidance on Covid-19 to Head teachers. …

5th May 2020Read More »
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Although Covid-19 has naturally taken up the lion’s share of the branch’s efforts over the last few weeks, there are some issues which are too …

5th May 2020Read More »
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During the Covid-19 pandemic there may be an ongoing need to ask staff at WSCC to accept different work and roles. It is important though …

1st May 2020Read More »
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The branch is continuing to support members with queries about Covid-19, working conditions, PPE, pay issues, self-isolation, social distancing and shielding. There are many different …

22nd April 2020Read More »
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Members will recall that in February the national employers offered a 2% pay rise which was rejected by UNISON. The national employers have come back …

21st April 2020Read More »
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This pay day at WSCC, Friday 24th April, did you see an increase in your pay due to ‘incremental progression’? A favourable change for council …

21st April 2020Read More »
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Over 400 staff are on local pay arrangements at WSCC. Although UNISON previously secured two consecutive pay awards of 2%, without performance strings, we are …

21st April 2020Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex social workers are invited to a live stream discussion on social work practice during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Social Work Action Network, …

21st April 2020Read More »
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None of us would want to think the worst could happen at this time, but we all see the news and know that not only can public service workers die of Coronavirus, but they are. None of us are immune, and indeed we may often bear a higher risk than …

21st April 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 April 2020Read More »
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