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Njc National Agreement Green Book

Njc National Agreement Green Book

This agreement contains full and up-to-date details of the National Joint Council of Local Administrative Services (NJC). The Green Paper, known as the Single Agreement, covers the remuneration and conditions of 1.4 million local government employees, from architects to school catering staff, cleaning staff and lawyers. These agreements are also used to determine the remuneration and conditions of local authority staff. 24 workers employed as of March 31, 1997 retain their rights related to continuous service, as defined in previous APT-C national agreements and worker supplements. 13 For former APT-C employees, claims officially registered on 31 March 1997 are dealt with in accordance with paragraph 80 of the former APT-C agreement. 21.2 Contracts that come into effect before 1 October 1997For DSO contracts in force before 1 October 1997, the implementation of the 37-hour (36-hour london) regime may be phased in if it is agreed that implementation would result in a late payment on the agreed date nationally. Any phase-in is subject to local agreement and is only valid for up to two years from the date of national implementation or until the termination of the contract, with the earliest date being chosen. 2 From 1 April 1997, the national agreement for former APT-C and Manual employees will consist of a new manual called the “Green Paper”. It will consist of four components: in 1997, the NJC agreed on a national framework for municipal services, with the potential for local change, to meet local service requirements.

These salary and performance conditions, known as the Single Status Agreement, are published in the Green Paper. 11. The two sides will begin discussions to reach a national agreement on improved services, which will replace the current Best Value Agreement. This agreement will explicitly address the best value, the CPA, the Treasury Guidance on Staff Transfer, the Efficiency, the code of practice on a two-thirds workforce and changes in pension transfer provisions. 21.1 Principles to respect the principles of equal pay and equal treatment, the provisions of this agreement must apply to all NJC workers. However, the NJC acknowledges the potential difficulties that the GZ regime may cause in implementing the 37-hour (36-hour) rule in London.

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