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Lollipop staff walk rather than accept cutbacks

Cutbacks in ‘lollipop’ patrols across Argyll and Bute are taking effect this month, with 12 staff quitting the job rather than accept reduced working hours. 591 more words

News

Audit report confirms Derby City Council can't make "informed decisions" or "assure value for money"

Derby City Council’s new external auditors, Ernst & Young, have issued a very critical interim report( 23 September 2016) about the way that the Council has been managing its finances for the year to 31 March 2016. 433 more words

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More job cuts loom for financial firms

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Job cuts, retrenchment and attrition are the words to look out for when it comes to financial institutions these days.

There have been savage staff cutbacks across the industry in recent months, with Tudor Investment, a hedge fund founded by billionaire Paul Tudor Jones, the latest to wield the axe, with news that it has closed its Singapore trading desk as part of a global shake-up, said Bloomberg. 463 more words

Current Affairs

Looking at the 40% train cuts to Greenwich, plus Charing Cross tube link shuts

Things don’t seem to be going too well since service changes a couple of weeks ago. Not only have the number of services been cut by 40% from 5 – 7pm running to Greenwich and 30% to Deptford, Maze Hill and Westcombe Park, but Southeastern have cut train lengths to just six carriages on many services. 407 more words

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Proposal for a "Fair Deal for School Support Staff"


The Teaching Assistant / School Support staff dispute is in grid-lock with Derby City Council – there is another strike this week!

Background

If the Schools Support staff were asked to accept only the impacts of the Job Evaluation/Equal Pay exercise then… 819 more words

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Why does the Mayor of Derby find this banner so 'offensive'?


It would seem that the Mayor of Derby doesn’t know whether to be sympathetic to the cause of the Teaching Assistants, or to be offended by a banner which one parent felt was the only way that he could make his voice heard. 177 more words

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