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We’re delighted to report that membership of UNISON West Sussex is at its highest level ever. We have a total number of 5,398 full members plus 611 retired members. It’s a full-member increase of 4.8% on our 2012 membership numbers, with significant numbers recently joining from schools. This is in spite …

13th June 2017Read More »
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Over 500 staff working in prevention and early help (IPEH) services for children and families were re-organised by West Sussex County Council for April. Although redundancies …

31st May 2017Read More »
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The branch has helped West Sussex County Council change its approach to redundancy policy for those on maternity leave. Prior to this, if managers decided …

31st May 2017Read More »
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If you choose to take the full 12-month maternity leave allowance, you may well have several weeks towards the end of this period where you …

31st May 2017Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex members have successfully bid for a range of grants either to help reach learning targets, achieve Open University qualifications or support them …

31st May 2017Read More »
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The 2017 School Uniform Grants programme is now available. You can find an application form below. Please ensure UNISON receives this by 21 July 2017. Families on …

22nd May 2017Read More »
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‘We Own It’ has launched a 30 second video this week. It is part of their campaign to bring railways, water and energy into public …

22nd May 2017Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex will be out and about this summer for our hub events in early June. We’ll be on hand to answer any questions …

17th May 2017Read More »
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Our Branch Secretary, Dan Sartin, was on BBC Radio Sussex this morning (8th May). Dan spoke about the schools funding crisis with John Gadd from National Association …

13th May 2017Read More »
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‘Save our Schools West Sussex’ are standing up to school cuts by meeting and greeting new councillors at County Hall, Chichester, at 10:00am on Tuesday 16th May. Parents, …

12th May 2017Read More »
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