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Have your say on draft proposals for new County Council division boundariesThe Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking for your views on its draft proposals for new County Council division boundaries.09 June 2015
Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr 2015Thursday 18 June is the beginning of the holy Islamic month of Ramadan. Many of the County Council’s employees and the people who use our services will begin a period of fasting and spirituality during this time. 08 June 2015
Team Talk June 2015 - out nowView the latest issue of Team Talk for your department.08 June 2015
Thank you for supporting the Nepal earthquake coffee morningA big thank you to everyone who supported the coffee morning in aid of the Nepal earthquake appeal by attending or donating prizes, cakes and other gifts. 05 June 2015
Finance and Procurement Service Director appointment confirmedNigel Stevenson has been appointed to the permanent position of Service Director Finance and Procurement. 04 June 2015
What’s your Eureka! Challenge?Share your ideas on what you’d like to see as the next Eureka! challenge. 04 June 2015
Network issues updateICT have made significant progress in resolving the connection issues but users may continue to experience difficulties as services are fully restored.02 June 2015
Council is set to form exciting ceramics partnership with Harley FoundationThe Council is set to develop a ceramics partnership with the Harley Foundation Charitable Trust as part of its future arts provision in the county. 01 June 2015
Switch on for new, improved BMS budget forecastingFollowing successful user testing, the revised budget and forecasting BMS module will be available to all budget holders and approvers from Thursday 4 June. 29 May 2015
Drainage works at County HallOngoing improvements to the drains at County Hall mean a number of toilets and kitchens will be closed during June. 28 May 2015

National Local Government Pay Award

The trade unions and employers have recently reached agreement on the national local Government Pay Award.

The agreement includes a one off lump sum payment and a 2.2% pay increase for all eligible employees.


Big issues

Visit Big issues to find out the latest on:

  • Jobs and redundancies
  • The Improvement Programme including BMS, service reviews, ways of working and organisational redesign
  • Job evaluation
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