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UNISON’s National Executive Committee is the governing body of the union. It is made up of 66 UNISON members, and the seats are allocated to …

15th April 2019Read More »
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Have your say and stand up for our public library service! UNISON is carrying out important research into the impact that the use of volunteers …

15th April 2019Read More »
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The administration of the West Sussex Pension scheme by Capita for West Sussex County Council from 2012-2019 was a very difficult period for all concerned, …

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A ‘One Voice’ all-staff email was issued on Thursday 4 April. It outlined changes to the appraisals process that are relevant for staff for 2019-20, …

9th April 2019Read More »
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UNISON’s ruling body – its National Executive Council (NEC) – is elected every two years. Elections for the period 2019-21 start on Monday 15 April when ballot papers will be posted out to our 1.3million members. The West Sussex branch has two members standing: Dan Sartin, Branch Secretary, and Abi …

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UNISON workplace rep from Oak Grove College special school in Worthing Keith Manville also represents UNISON members on the countywide Schools Forum. Schools members particularly …

8th April 2019Read More »
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We recently supported one of our members in a school through a dispute where the employer changed its dress code policy which could have compromised our member’s ability …

8th April 2019Read More »
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Is the information we hold about you up to date and correct? Please tell us about any change in the personal information we hold about you such as your  …

8th April 2019Read More »
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From April 1st, WSCC has withdrawn its outplacement service from staff needing support when the council makes them redundant. The cut was announced in public …

1st April 2019Read More »
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This year’s Social Work Action Network (SWAN) conference takes place at Liverpool Hope University on Saturday 6th April 2019. The conference is packed with high …

1st April 2019Read More »
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