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UNISON and the Further Education (FE) National Joint Forum Trade Union Side have lodged the FE pay claim for academic year 2017-18 (from September 2017). This …

8th May 2017Read More »
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More than 300 parents, school staff and children took part in a rally in Worthing on Saturday to make their voices heard and stand up …

3rd May 2017Read More »
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The UNISON NJC (National Joint Council) Committee, made up of elected UNISON representatives, met on Thursday 27th April to discuss the contents of the draft pay …

3rd May 2017Read More »
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Following Saturday’s march in protest against funding cuts to West Sussex schools, parent-led campaign group ‘Save our Schools West Sussex’ has called a public meeting in Worthing on Saturday …

3rd May 2017Read More »
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The West Sussex branch has received excellent media coverage in the last few days for its work on surveying our members on the impact of …

21st April 2017Read More »
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UNISON schools survey reveals funding crisis hitting vulnerable children the hardest. Our schools survey asked questions which aimed to assess the impact of the deteriorating …

21st April 2017Read More »
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Ian Harvey, Branch Chair writes: West Sussex branch has nominated our Branch Secretary Dan Sartin for the National Executive Council elections.  Watch out for your …

21st April 2017Read More »
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The Government has backed down on plans to abolish Attendance Allowance (AA). Attendance Allowance is a benefit payable to people over the age of 65 who …

21st April 2017Read More »
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UNISON works with individual unions and global union federations to defend public services and fight against austerity around the world. We also have a responsibility …

21st April 2017Read More »
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UNISON West Sussex would like to receive feedback from WSCC Children’s Services members, and also those working in Adults’ Services, regarding WSCC plans for Children’s …

18th April 2017Read More »
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