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Notts cricketer lends his support to our National Adoption Week campaignNottinghamshire batsman Riki Wessels is backing the County Council’s National Adoption Week (3-9 November). 03 November 2014
Important Reminder for all Qualified Social WorkersAll social workers are required to be registered with the Health & Care Professions Council by 30 November to enable them to use the protected title social worker and consequently to continue to practice. 03 November 2014
Toilets reopen at County HallToilets at the south end of the H block at County Hall are back open as usual.01 November 2014
Don't be a bystander - help to stop bullyingJoin the Corporate Leadership Team in signing the No Bystanders pledge to stamp out bullying or teasing language in the workplace. 29 October 2014
Final chance to complete mandatory Information Management trainingAll employees who are PC users need to have completed the mandatory Information Management training by Friday 7 November. 28 October 2014
Timetable for the publication of the 2015/16 budget proposalsThe Council’s budget proposals 2015/16 will be published at 5pm next Tuesday (November 4).28 October 2014
Communications and Marketing surveyWe’d like your views about the Communications and Marketing team. 27 October 2014
Vote Major Oak! The Major Oak needs your vote as it bids to be named England’s ‘Tree of the Year’.  27 October 2014
Councillor Stella Smedley MBECouncillor Stella Smedley MBE, who was first elected to the County Council in 1977, passed away in October 2014 after a long-illness. She was 71.24 October 2014
Happy Diwali to our members of staff celebrating today.Diwali which falls on 23 October 2014 is perhaps the most well-known of the Hindu festivals. 23 October 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

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