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Team Talk - April 2015 issue out nowView the April 2015 issue of Team Talk.13 April 2015
Closure of Centenary House car parkDue to the imminent sale of Centenary House, its car park is unavailable as of 9 April.09 April 2015
Windows XP devices now disabled from accessing the Council ICT networkMicrosoft withdrew support for the Windows XP operating system from 7 April.08 April 2015
Council Chamber: minor building repairsMinor repairs to the floor and blinds will take place on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 April in the Council Chamber, which may cause some noise through the day.07 April 2015
Be Pensions Wise - don't get stung by a pension scam!New Government legislation gives greater freedom for people to withdraw money from their pension fund. 07 April 2015
Ollerton based staff needed to support Newark and Sherwood electionsIf you live or work in Ollerton, Newark and Sherwood district council is looking for extra staff to help support on election duties.02 April 2015
Final few days before Windows XP devices will be disabled from accessing the ICT network on 8 AprilMicrosoft is withdrawing support for the XP Desktop Operating System from 8 April 2015.01 April 2015
‘Purdah’ pre-election periodThe ‘Purdah’ pre-election period runs from 30 March until the General Election on 7 May 2015. During this time there is heightened sensitivity placed on Council publicity (communications in any form) and specific restrictions apply. General advice can be found in the attached briefing note. For further advice, please speak to the Council’s communications or legal teams.  30 March 2015
Acting Corporate Director role for Derek HigtonDerek Higton will take up a revised role as Acting Corporate Director for Children, Families and Cultural Services.  27 March 2015
The Catch 22 From Care2Work Employability Quality Mark - Presentation of Award The Children’s Social Care Leaving Care Team has been awarded the ‘Quality Mark for Employability’.27 March 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.


Big issues

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  • Jobs and redundancies
  • The Improvement Programme including BMS, service reviews, ways of working and organisational redesign
  • Job evaluation
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