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Recent meeting of SNCT - SSTA response

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by Dominie, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Dominie

    Dominie New commenter

    [​IMG] Seeing as how there's more than one union on the teaching side of the SNCT!Dear Colleagues

    You
    may have noted the comments in newspapers today about the pay demand
    made by the Teacher’s side, and wrongly credited to the EIS. The claim
    was for a minimum of 3.3%, based on the rate of CPI during 2010.

    Apart
    from the obvious purpose of this claim it is vitally important that our
    employers are aware of the loss teachers will suffer if a freeze on pay
    is maintained.

    The
    Convener of Salaries and Conditions of Service is continuing to meet
    with the Employers to question their stated intention regarding
    conservation, payment of teachers on supply contracts and other issues.
    There is no agreement on any of these issues. At this stage we do not
    have a concrete proposal from the employers side. Regular updates will
    be posted on the website and emailed to members and all members will be
    informed when (if) there are fleshed out proposals to consider.

    With best wishes

    Yours sincerely

    Ann Ballinger
    General Secretary
     
  2. Dominie

    Dominie New commenter

    [​IMG] Seeing as how there's more than one union on the teaching side of the SNCT!Dear Colleagues

    You
    may have noted the comments in newspapers today about the pay demand
    made by the Teacher’s side, and wrongly credited to the EIS. The claim
    was for a minimum of 3.3%, based on the rate of CPI during 2010.

    Apart
    from the obvious purpose of this claim it is vitally important that our
    employers are aware of the loss teachers will suffer if a freeze on pay
    is maintained.

    The
    Convener of Salaries and Conditions of Service is continuing to meet
    with the Employers to question their stated intention regarding
    conservation, payment of teachers on supply contracts and other issues.
    There is no agreement on any of these issues. At this stage we do not
    have a concrete proposal from the employers side. Regular updates will
    be posted on the website and emailed to members and all members will be
    informed when (if) there are fleshed out proposals to consider.

    With best wishes

    Yours sincerely

    Ann Ballinger
    General Secretary
     

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