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Mandatory upgrade to Internet Explorer 11The Council has made the decision to upgrade all remaining Windows 7 machines to Internet Explorer 11.02 July 2015
New Corporate Director appointed to lead Children, Families and Cultural ServicesColin Pettigrew, currently Director of Children's Services for Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council in Merseyside, has been appointed as the new Corporate Director for Children, Families and Cultural Services.02 July 2015
Window ‘tweaks’ at County Hall during July and AugustMinor adjustments will be made to a number of windows at County Hall to make sure they open easily and smoothly. 01 July 2015
Tributes to John StolleryYou will be aware of the tragic events in Tunisia last week. It is with great regret that I confirm that one of the victims of the atrocity was John Stollery, who is one of our social workers.30 June 2015
New look for Get Connected To complete the upgrade of get Connected, the look and feel of the Get Connected log in page will change from Wednesday 8 July.29 June 2015
Get involved on the Leadership blogAs part of Anthony May’s commitment to open and transparent communication with employees, a new online Leadership blog has been set up.29 June 2015
Malicious emailsICT Services has alleviated the threat from last week’s virus attacks. 29 June 2015
Catch the bus to work for as little as £1.75 a day It’s Catch the Bus week from Monday 29 June – why not put the bus to the test and change your daily routine?29 June 2015
Read and comment on the new Leadership blog nowAs part of Anthony May’s commitment to open and transparent communication with employees, a new online Leadership blog has been set up. 26 June 2015
emCloud: replacement for One County, One Network (1C1N)emCloud, the new network to carry emails, web traffic and phone calls, is coming soon to Nottinghamshire County Council offices, libraries, day centres and schools .26 June 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
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  • Job evaluation
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