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Equal pay deal agreed

Equal pay deal agreed

22/05/2009, by in News, Public Affairs

An improved pay offer for council workers has been given the green light by councillors, following strong support from union mem­bers.Councillors endorsed the single status offer when they met at the Town Hall on Wednesday – just days after public services union Unison voted overwhelmingly in... Read more...

Two unions back single status deal

Two unions back single status deal

08/05/2009, by in News, Public Affairs

Two of the three main unions representing the SIC workforce have now voted overwhelmingly in favour of accepting the proposed new pay structure.Following the GMB union’s 92 per cent vote for the single status offer, TGWU-Unite members have followed suit with 91 per cent acceptance. The long-de... Read more...

GMB union backs pay offer

GMB union backs pay offer

01/05/2009, by in News, Public Affairs

The first of three unions to vote on a new equal pay deal proposed by the SIC has overwhelmingly backed the offer.Ninety-two per cent of the GMB members employed by the council voted to accept the single status proposal that offers a minimum wage in the SIC of £7.53 an hour, rising to £7.84 af... Read more...

New single status offer

New single status offer

03/04/2009, by in News, Public Affairs

By JOHN ROBERTSONNearly 3,000 SIC workers have been offered pay rises and lump sums of back-pay under the revised single status proposal issued for their agreement.Letters were sent out over the weekend and the three main unions will ballot members this month. The hope is that the long-dela... Read more...

New equal pay delay

New equal pay delay

03/10/2008, by in News, Public Affairs

By JOHN ROBERTSONTHE SIC’s long-running equal pay negotiations with staff will not now be settled this year, it has emerged. Even if all goes smoothly with the new revised offer issued later this month it is likely to be April 2009 before a deal can be implemented and back-pay dished out.... Read more...