Unite recommends rejecting salary offer – Unite`s national committee has met and decided that it will recommend to its members to refuse the wage offer. This agreement contains the full and current details of the National Joint Council (NJC) for local government services. The Green Book, known as the Single Status Agreement, covers the remuneration and conditions of 1.4 million local government employees, from architects to cleaners and lawyers to school weighing staff. These agreements are also used to determine the remuneration and conditions of staff outside local authorities. Below is a circular containing an update on local government wage negotiations for 2020. This manual defines the terms of service negotiated during the transfer of staff from the Probation Foundation to the National Probation Service (NPS). As part of the 2016-18 wage agreement, the NJC agreed to conduct a joint review of the semester work in order to “consider an approach by the NJC to provide fair, consistent and transparent contracts for school facilitators and semester staff who are not employed in schools.” To support the audit, the NJC Joint Secretaries are advised by practitioners from local authority employers and a multi-Academy trust, as well as local union representatives. Phone: 020 7664 3000 Email: email@example.comEmployer Link Website The National Agreement on Payment and Terms of Service for Local Public Services. We are pleased to inform you that the National Joint Council for local government services National Agreement on Pay and Conditions of Service, commonly known as the Green Paper, has just been updated with the existing 2018 version. The Green Book is available for full download from local authorities and Employer Link subscribers.
Staff members of local authorities and subscriber associations must register on the site to access it. Employers are now encouraging local organisations to take over the tariffs set by HMRC, which can be found on the .gov.uk website: www.gov.uk/expenses-and-benefits-business-travel-mileage/rules-for-tax Following the JNC`s initial guidance (of 25 November 11), see the Annex to Supplementary Note No 11. 1, which addresses some issues raised by local authorities Developments at national level concerning the remuneration of workers in the municipal government services sector for 2011/2012 Complement to wage policy – 12 Jan The National Arbeitgeber, which negotiates remuneration on behalf of 350 local authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, have today (5.2.20) sent the offer to the trade unions. . . .