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UNISON West Sussex represents over a hundred employers across the county. In most of them we have workplace reps. They are the first port-of-call for any employment-related individual or collective problems you may have. However, in some employers we currently have no reps. This can be for a wide variety …

22nd January 2016Read More »
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The NJC employers’ side has offered a two-year pay deal for two consecutive 1% increases in pay, for 16/17 and 17/18. There are slightly higher …

11th January 2016Read More »
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The West Sussex County Council (WSCC) budget will be bad news for staff and residents from April. Central government has hit the council with an unexpected £31.7m cut. This was announced late in Parliament on the 17th December, giving little time to prepare plans. Taking into account funding pressures in …

11th January 2016Read More »
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Low-paid members can apply for a one-off winter fuel grant of £40.00 per household from the union. To be eligible: You must be a member …

11th January 2016Read More »
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The latest Autumn/Winter 2015 edition of our newsletter ‘Branch Lines’ is now available for you to download. Download Branch Lines This follows distribution of paper …

24th November 2015Read More »
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Branch Secretary Dan Sartin led the West Sussex Branch lobby of MPs aiming to persuade them to vote against the government’s Trade Union Bill, or …

13th November 2015Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex has launched @UnisonWSx, a Twitter to keep our members better informed about issues affecting them.  You can find it here or by searching on Twitter for ‘UNISON West Sussex’. We will be tweeting content throughout the week, including information about local events and decisions impacting on you. We’ll also be retweeting other Twitter users …

13th November 2015Read More »
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The Paris climate demo on 12th December is cancelled but you can join the marches in the UK. Marches and rallies: Saturday 28 November Cardiff …

12th November 2015Read More »
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A new group ‘Refugees Welcome – Crawley’ has recently been set up in Crawley in conjunction with Citizens UK as part of their resettlement campaign. …

6th November 2015Read More »
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UNISON members in academies run by the United Learning Trust (ULT) have voted to accept the employer’s final pay offer of a 1% pay rise on all spinal column points. ULT also offered to increase support staff salaries at the lower end of the scale to £7.85 outside London (based …

6th November 2015Read More »
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