Breaking News for Non-Teaching Primary School Staff in the 2-18 Service Review

 
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UNISON would like to reassure Clerical/Facilities Assistants employed in primary schools that we are now in full consultation with Dumfries & Galloway Council in connection with the ongoing 2-18 Service Review.  

A vibrant team of Unison Officers, who work in Education, are working together to get the best results for our members. The way forward is unity. Let’s pull together and take Service Review forward in the right direction.

A meeting is taking place on Tuesday, 6 December, at Cargen Towers.  The team, being led by Susan Martin, are keen to hear your ideas and opinions on this process. Unison representatives will be present as it is our role to protect jobs and ensure that the process is fair. Please be reassured that Dumfries & Galloway Council still operates a no compulsory redundancy policy and a promise to protect everybody’s terms and conditions.

Should you have any additional concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Branch: we are grateful to all members who have already done so.

Unison would like to reassure Clerical Staff that we are now in full consultation with Dumfries & Galloway Council in connection with the ongoing 2-18 Service Review.

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We still have a few remaining places on the LGBT Awareness Training course we are running on - 30th November in Dumfries .This course will be delivered by the amazing Dumfries and Galloway LGBT Plus and is one not to be missed by.

This course is been run through our new lifelong learning partnership with Dumfries and Galloway Council and other Trade Unions locally(Dumfries TUC)

This means if you are a Dumfries for council employees you can get paid time off to attend subject to line manager approval .

Furthermore based outside Dumfries and want to attend? You will be allowed access to a pool car if available to attend.

For more information or an application form please email sean.skelton@dumgal.gov.uk

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