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Lowest paid employees to benefit from rise in Living Wage hourly rate *New FAQs added *Just over 2,000 of the Council’s lowest paid employees will benefit from an increase in the national Living Wage hourly rate to £7.85, an increase of 20 pence per hour. 18 November 2014
Implementation of the National Local Government Pay AwardThe trade unions and employers have recently reached agreement in 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. 18 November 2014
New learning systems now availableBMS Learning Solutions replaces the Learning and Development System (LDS) and Learning Pool replaces Skillport.14 November 2014
Operational HR desk phone number menuThe Operational HR Duty Desk's telephone number now has a menu of options to choose from to direct callers. 13 November 2014
Microsoft Windows security issueVulnerability discovered in Microsoft Windows. 13 November 2014
World AIDS DayThe Council’s LGBT Staff Network and the NAT (National AIDS Trust) invite staff to join them in marking World AIDS Day.13 November 2014
Are you in control of your building’s heating?Take control of your building’s heating controls and help shave money off the Council’s £1 million heating bill.12 November 2014
The November issue of Team Talk is now availableThe November issue of Team Talk is now available.10 November 2014
HR Duty Desk phone issues resolvedThe HR Duty Desk phone is back up and running.10 November 2014
Democratic Services relocationWithin County Hall, Democratic Services will be relocated from the third floor to the first floor, Riverside North wing from 11 November. 10 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.

 

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