The seven-week bin strike in Birmingham has been suspended after trade union Unite agreed to further negotiations with the council.
More than a third of local government staff believe their colleagues are standing in the way of new technology, according to a new survey.
The leader of Kensington & Chelsea council resigned on Friday citing his ‘perceived failings’ in the aftermath of the Grenfell tragedy as the reason.
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New research has revealed that half of London councils do not have an official Bring Your Own Device (BOYD) in place.
Local government workers should be given a 5% pay rise following eight years of government-imposed pay restraint, trade unions have argued.
Over ,1000 jobs have been saved after a drug and alcohol abuse charity went into administration due to ‘unsustainable financial pressure’.
Nearly half of public sector workers have taken time off work due to mental health problems, compared to 32% of private sector staff, a new survey has revealed.
As part of The MJ/Public Intelligence Leadership podcast series, Dr Barry Quirk explains his start in local government and how the landscape has changed during his long career. Heather Jameson reports.
More than 2,000 council workers earn more than £100,000 a year, according to the latest ‘town hall rich list’.