Single status: the story so far Based on information from 98 councils - together accounting for more than 700,000 (58%) of the employees covered by the deal - our survey finds that progress in implementing the single-status agreement has been patchy. Reasons given include problems with job evaluation, difficult negotiations with the trade unions, and a lack of financial resources to do the job. ...
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