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ASCH&PP Peer Challenge – Commissioning for Better OutcomesThe ASCH&PP Peer Challenge took place last week, between the 3rd and 6th March12 March 2015
National Success for NCC Cipfa TraineesNottinghamshire County Council – and two of our trainees in particular – have a reason to celebrate!12 March 2015
No Smoking Day 11 March 2015March 11 2015 is No Smoking Day11 March 2015
Recognising that apprenticeships work!Forty of the Council’s current apprentices and their managers came together in County Hall on Friday 6 March at a conference to celebrate the many successes of our apprenticeship scheme, including the benefits apprentices bring  to the Council’s workforce, its services and the local economy of Nottinghamshire, as well as to  celebrate their personal achievements.10 March 2015
Year end accounts guidance for budget holdersThe Final Accounts guidance is now available for budget holders for 2014/15. 10 March 2015
Anthony May's priorities for the futureOur new Chief Executive, Anthony May, has outlined his priorities and approach for the future ahead of him before officially taking up the reins on Tuesday 7 April.06 March 2015
Team Talk - March 2015 issue out nowTeam Talk is the monthly update of departmental, service specific and strategic information to help shape your face-to-face conversation with your team.06 March 2015
National Apprenticeship Week – 9-13 March 2015Have you thought about the opportunities and benefits an apprentice could bring to your service and team? Read our case studies and register your interest by Friday 27 March. 06 March 2015
Document Services satisfaction surveyThe Graphic Design, Print and Solutions4Data teams would like to hear your views about the services and quality of products that we have provided to you throughout 2014/15.06 March 2015
Unison AGM Wednesday 18 MarchUnison members are invited to the AGM on Wednesday 18 March at 5.30pm in the Council Chamber at County Hall.03 March 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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