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New senior appointments in Adult, Social Care, Health and Public Protection Two new appointments have been made to the senior management team within Adult, Social Care, Health and Public Protection. 16 July 2015
Adult test purchase volunteers neededTrading Standards are working with Public Health to fight the sale of cheap illegal tobacco in the county.15 July 2015
Electrical power disruption to the West Bridgford CampusThe electricity supplying Trent Bridge House and County Hall will be switched off by Western Power as they undertake essential works.14 July 2015
1,000th tablet device now in useA major milestone has been reached with the 1,000th tablet device now in use since the launch of the Smarter Working programme just six months ago.13 July 2015
Team Talk July 2015 - out nowTeam Talk is the monthly update of departmental, service specific and strategic information to help shape your face-to-face conversation with your team.  13 July 2015
Books of Condolence for victims of the Tunisia attacksThe County Council has opened a number of Books of Condolence at offices across the county for colleagues and members of the public to remember all the people who died in the Tunisia attack, including children’s social worker John Stollery. 13 July 2015
Reduced parking County Hall Riverside Block 13 to 17 JulyPart of the County Hall car park (next to Riverside block, facing the river) will be unavailable from Monday 13 to Friday 17 July. 10 July 2015
Hagg Farm Facebook Page launches Hagg Farm now has a Facebook page which we try to update with all the things that are happening at the centre. Have a look and share it/like it! 10 July 2015
BMS availability - Friday 10 July to Monday 13 July 2015BMS will be unvailable from 4.30pm on Friday 10 July until 8am on Monday 13 July . 09 July 2015
£2,135 raised for Nepal earthquake victimsA huge thank you to everyone who supported the County Council’s fundraising efforts to raise money for the victims of the Nepal earthquake.09 July 2015

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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