Following the JNC`s first guidelines (November 25, 11), you will find the attached supplementary note 1, which addresses some of the issues raised by local authorities at the national level with respect to the remuneration of local authority staff for 2011/2. 012 Salary Policy In addition – 12 Jan JNC`s national employers and teachers` pages for residential teachers have agreed on a 2.75% increase in allowances for teachers in residence in 2019. For more information, see JNCTRE 214 Employers now encourage local organizations to accept the rates set by HMRC, which are available on the .gov.uk website: www.gov.uk/expenses-and-benefits-business-travel-mileage/rules-for-tax At a meeting held on July 24, 2019, NJC unions filed the 2020 wage application with national employers. The demand is as follows: national employers, who negotiate remuneration on behalf of 350 local authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, have now made the offer to trade unions (5.2.20). More than one million employees are affected. Attempts www.gov.uk/government/publications/teachers-pay-grant-methodology/teachers-pay-grant-methodology on 3 July to criticise local government salaries have been described as “crazy and in bad taste” by the Solace managers` organisation. Members of the GMB Scotland union have rejected the Scottish local government`s wage offer, which could become a union action for the association. The JNC Craftworker unions have applied for wages for 2020/21. The assertion is similar to NJC`s request for municipal services and is for: www.gov.uk/government/publications/teachers-pension-employer-contribution-grant-tpecg/pension-grant-methodology#paying-the-grant Since the three unions refuse to offer wages to local government employees, what chance do they have of earning more money for Council employees? Mark Whitehead is studying. The NJC has guidelines for labor agreements for Christmas and New Year 2020/21 Local authorities probably have enough of the chancellor to keep the show on the street, says Jonathan Werran.
“And maybe you`ll extend the path to kick the familiar dilapidated box that`s funded by social assistance… We heard on Friday, August 21, that Unison members voted 66% in favour of accepting the NJC`s main compensation offer – for more information, see www.unison.org.uk/news/press-release/2020/08/unison-local-government-staff-accept-new-pay-deal/). (GMB had already voted 66% and Unite voted 70% in favour of rejection). This issue is now settled. No wage applications have yet been received for the period 2020-2021. Employers Bulletin 16.04.2020 – National employers have submitted a definitive salary offer to unions representing key NJC employees, craftsmen, chief executives and chief officers. The attached circular contains the details. Unions have criticised employers for not yet offering wages to local government employees. Mark Whitehead investigates why the right to an automatic wage increase in municipal government disappears. Local government employees work overtime on an “industrial scale.” Mark Whitehead is looking at what unions are doing to address this issue. A 10% pay increase for Council staff would be “affordable” and boost the local economy, according to a new union.