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Why I’m a social workerListen to three of our social work colleagues take part in a discussion on Radio 4 Woman's Hour.27 November 2014
94% completion rate on Information Management QuizA big thank you to everyone who completed the Information Management Quiz.27 November 2014
Saving 20,000 hours at work!Find out how doing things differently is helping to save time and money in social care.27 November 2014
New ‘Me Learning’ training system for Frameworki access from 1 December From 1 December 2014, the Council’s ICT Training Group will no longer deliver classroom-based Frameworki training. 26 November 2014
Have a crime free festive seasonFollow these practical tips from Nottinghamshire Police, to avoid become a crime statistic this festive season.25 November 2014
The BIG Lync-up is coming!Get ready for a Christmas treat from ICT, with the roll out of key features of Microsoft Lync to all PC desktop users during mid-December.24 November 2014
Free English and maths courses for staffIncrease your skills and confidence. Gain a nationally recognised award.24 November 2014
Raffle prizes needed for the Chairman's CharityRaffle prizes needed for the Chairman's Charity - all donations gratefully received.21 November 2014
Welcome home troops from 64 Works Group, 170 (Infrastructure Support) Engineer GroupThe public are being urged to line the streets of Beeston on Friday 5 December at 10am to welcome home troops from 64 Works Group, 170 (Infrastructure Support) Engineer Group as they return from duties in Afghanistan for the last time.21 November 2014
Could you be a Digital Champion?If you're interested in becoming a Digital Champion, a free information session is taking place on Thursday 27 November  at the National Watersports Centre and there are plenty of spaces for those who would like to come along.21 November 2014

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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