Members Allowance Survey 2018/2019

Members Allowance Survey 2018/2019 Our annual survey of allowances paid to elected members has just been issued to Heads of Democratic Services across the region. Councils have until 18 September to return the survey which will then be collated and circulated.  Last...

Local Authority Challenge – 7 March 2019

The Local Authority Challenge is coming to the south east once more, on 7 March 2019.  Building on the great success of this year's event, we're going bigger and better this time with space for more teams and a venue closer to the heart of our region. The...

Trade union facility time recording

Trade Union Facilities Time Reporting From the LGA Employment Law bulletin 660 published on 2 July 2018. Relevant public sector employers are required to collect and publish data about their use and spend on trade union facility time on an annual basis. As part of...

Welcome to our new website

Welcome to our new South East Employers website. We have improved many aspects of the site including the look and feel, but most importantly its usability. We are committed to continuing to grow the site so please keep checking back. Members please note;...

Adult Social Care – the economic value

The Economic Value of the Adult Social Care Sector Adult social care employers contribute £46 billion to the UK economy ‘The Economic Value of the Adult Social Care Sector – UK’ report was commissioned by Skills for Care and Development who wanted to find...

Members Allowances

Councils are required to review their allowances scheme on a regular basis. SEE has many years experience in advising and assisting councils on allowances, in two key ways: Consultancy – SEE can offer a practical role in the review process, as a member...

Mediation Services

Workplace Mediation is a confidential and informal way to resolve disagreements between people who work together. The process is assisted by a trained mediator who acts as a facilitator. The process works by encouraging the parties to speak to each other and reach a mutually acceptable agreement that will sort out their problems.

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