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Please read the full news item for information on: UNISON members’ meetings: June 3, 4, 5, 6 WSCC Retention payments The Ofsted debate at Select …

30th May 2019Read More »
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We’re delighted to report that branch chair Ian Harvey has been seconded for one year to the branch to take on the role of UNISON …

30th May 2019Read More »
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Building on the union’s proud victory in the Supreme Court over employment tribunal fees, UNISON will once again be taking the fight for members’ rights …

30th May 2019Read More »
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UNISON’s national office has conducted research into a random sample of 50 members’ compensation claims that have occurred because of musculoskeletal injuries (UNISON’s solicitors had …

30th May 2019Read More »
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Senior occupational therapy (OT) assistant and UNISON workplace rep Tamsyn Hicks is calling on OT colleagues to complete membership forms for the West Sussex branch. Even if they are registered as members under the RCOT (Royal College of Occupational Therapists, formerly BAOT: British Association of Occupational Therapists), they may not be …

30th May 2019Read More »
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The higher education service group executive (HE SGE) met on Tuesday 7 May to consider the final higher education pay offer for 2019/20. This would …

21st May 2019Read More »
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The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) has launched a consultation on proposed changes to the regulations that apply to the Local Government …

21st May 2019Read More »
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A new service will be of interest to any members in West Sussex who are at risk of redundancy or who will be made redundant. …

21st May 2019Read More »
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UNISON’s national school sector committee has met to review the results of the school ballot. Results show that UNISON members: overwhelmingly think that government funding …

21st May 2019Read More »
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The 2019 School Uniform Grants programme is now available. You can find an application form below. Please ensure UNISON receives this by Friday 19 July …

14th May 2019Read More »
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