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New Coaching Network can unlock your potential at work – message from Anthony May, Chief Executive Did you know that one of the tools that is now available to help you is work based Coaching?  05 February 2016
New Highways and Fleet Services company namedNottinghamshire County Council and Cornwall Council have created the new company, in partnership with the CORMAC group – a company wholly owned by Cornwall Council.05 February 2016
County Hall Asbestos RegisterThe Property Compliance team undertaking annual review of the Asbestos Register of County Hall over next few weeks.05 February 2016
LGBT History Month Conference – Thursday 25 FebruaryConference organised by the council and partners on Thursday 25 February.05 February 2016
Email Security AlertPlease ensure that you only open attachments or follow links from known senders.04 February 2016
BMS Availability - Friday 5 FebruaryBMS will not be available from 4pm on Friday 5 February and over the weekend.03 February 2016
Brooke Farm at County Hall every Wednesday Brooke Farm at County Hall every Wednesday.03 February 2016
New Personal Resilience and Mental Wellbeing Elearning programmesAs part of our ongoing commitment to supporting employee wellbeing we are launching two new elearning programmes.02 February 2016
1C1N - Intermittent network issues update - updated 02/02/2016Our Internet services have remained stable over the last couple of days, so we are now able to go ahead with our essential maintenance work, which has been scheduled in for Thursday evening 4th February at 9pm.02 February 2016
February is LGBT History MonthAs a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, the Council will be flying rainbow flags outside County Hall and on the top of Trent Bridge House to show its support for equality and treating people fairly.01 February 2016

National Local Government Pay Award

The trade unions and employers have recently reached agreement on the national local Government Pay Award.

The agreement includes a one off lump sum payment and a 2.2% pay increase for all eligible employees.

 

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