Topic: Civil service

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Letter: Mike Clancy letter to PM - Civil Service jobs
info 13-May-2022 11:48
Mike Clancy writes to PM about the proposed cuts to public services

Circular: Standard: Workplace Action on the Public Sector Pay Campaign
info 3-May-2022 13:34
This checklist provides branches with a starting point of what they need to do to be ready for action in this campaign. It provides a self-assessment of what you already have in place and what you still need to do.

Circular: Standard: Urgent Action: Pay Campaign – Branch email
info 17-Mar-2022 16:44
Note encouraging PSS branches to sign the pay petition and write to their constituency MP's.

Circular: Standard: Pay 2022
info 16-Feb-2022 09:59
This circular provides you with an update on pay and to provide additional guidance to branches.

Circular: Standard: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion - for action
info 11-Feb-2022 11:50
This circular provides an update on Circular 2021/0153 - Prospect and staff networks in the Civil Service.

Circular: Standard: COVID briefing and return to workplaces
info 21-Jan-2022 13:06
Update on Prospect and other unions meeting with the Cabinet Office on 20 January 2022 to discuss the implications of the UK Government's announcement on Wednesday (19 January) with regard to Covid for staff working in the civil service and wider public sector in England. Different arrangements apply in the devolved nations. The discussion was productive and there was significant common ground.

Circular: Standard: Senior Salaries Review Body- Prospect members in the Senior Civil Service - for action
info 17-Dec-2021 17:58
This circular is asking Prospect members who are in the SCS or analogous grades complete the SCSPay22 survey.

Briefing: 2021 Spending Review - initial analysis and briefing
info 2-Nov-2021 17:01
The 2021 Spending Review sets non-capital (or “Resource”) budgets for all Government Departments for the financial years 2022-23, 2023-24, and 2024-25, determining how much money Departments and associated Arms-Length Bodies have to spend on pay, recruitment and other running costs for that year. It therefore has important consequences for civil servants and anyone working in the public sector, as well as for industries in which public investment and regulation plays a role, and for all citizens, businesses and communities who rely on and benefit from public services. Contents: • Introduction • Economic background and forecasts • Public sector pay • Budget settlements to 2024-25 • Announcements of interest to key sectors