- Employment Law Update - Will the National Living Wage solve the UK’s low pay problem?
- 21st Century Public Servant
- Employment Law Update - Equality and diversity: progress made but can do better?
- PPMA Annual Seminar 2016 - Date & Venue Announced
- PPMA President comments on new National Living Wage
- Employment Law Update - Perspectives on recruitment
- Employment Law Update - A new Government and political era: assessing the employment law implications
- People Powered Change - MJ Article by your President
- Employment Law Update - The Future Workforce: Getting young people into work and the role of volunteering
The issue of pay is seemingly never far from the headlines, whether that is at the top end of the spectrum – “fat cats” in the public sector, the size of exit/termination payments, “off-payroll” arrangements for senior interim managers, or...read full story
We are keen to gather examples or information from councils who have emerging practice in the area of the 21st century public servant.
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In the last few years the public sector has faced significant financial challenges, with tightening fiscal controls and consolidation, organisational change, workforce reductions and service reforms. At the same time, there have been increasing needs and expectations from Government and...read full story
The Public Service People Manager's Association (PPMA) is delighted to announce their popular annual seminar for 2016 will be held at
Aston University Conference Centre, Birmingham - Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd June 2016
More information to follow soon.......read full story
Barry Pirie tells us his views on the new National Living Wage in an article published by People Management - click hereto read what he has to say....read full story