Whitley Councils

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Whitley Councils

the COLLECTIVE BARGAINING institutions found in each department of the UK civil service and in the National Health Service.
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One Scottish Office insider admitted that there needed to be further talks involving the Whitley Council, the national body governing nurse's pay and conditions, before a new grade could be introduced.
Such an organization would, in essence, serve as the culmination of the Whitley Council scheme which was then in an early stage of development.
One of the advantages of Agenda for Change (AfC) was the replacement of the General Whitley Council handbook and a dozen or so functional Whitley Council handbooks by the AfC NHS terms and conditions handbook.
The extra cash will go to 'Whitley Council' staff who are outside locally negotiated terms and conditions.
Arrowe Park still retains the local trust contract with their own pay scale instead of the Whitley Council pay system.
- Claire Keggie, Secretary, The Scottish Office Joint Whitley Council, Trade Union Side, Edinburgh.
Their terms of service and employment conditions arose from the development of the Whitley council system, replicating arrangements that had been well established in the civil service since the 1920s.