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West Sussex County Council (WSCC) issued a draft parking policy for consultation over the period Wednesday 12th – Wednesday 26th July. UNISON has responded to …

27th July 2017Read More »
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Fees for workers bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants. This …

26th July 2017Read More »
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Last year nearly 5,000 members took part in UNISON’s Equality Survey – one of the biggest responses to any survey ever run by UNISON. The results were …

26th July 2017Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex is pleased to report that the branch has come ‘number 1‘ in a regional South East UNISON branch health check index. This …

26th July 2017Read More »
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The Chief Executive of WSCC has issued a draft parking policy for consultation over the period Wednesday 12th – Wednesday 26th July. This policy if …

13th July 2017Read More »
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The UNISON West Sussex branch notes the issuance of the all staff email by the Chief Executive on 28th June. It refers extensively to an …

5th July 2017Read More »
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The Summer 2017 edition of Branch Lines is now available for you to download. Printed copies have already been distributed around County Council offices, schools, academies, …

22nd June 2017Read More »
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Last summer a new chief executive arrived at WSCC, Nathan Elvery. This change at the top has provided challenges to UNISON, not least as a …

22nd June 2017Read More »
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Parking has become a thorny issue at WSCC and for good reason. When WSCC closed satellite buildings to place staff in large hubs, it was …

22nd June 2017Read More »
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There is no doubt that when WSCC outsourced 600 staff in 2012 to Capita, things could not be said to have gone to plan. In 2015 the branch commissioned external research into the Capita contract about service quality and the treatment of staff and this put evidence on the table. …

22nd June 2017Read More »
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