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SINGLE STATUS

 

Nearly all the Job Evaluations have now been finished and the “final” Signing Days are set for 11th October (non-school staff) and 12th October (schools staff).  This is yet another delay, as we were originally told they would be happening in September.

 

There are, however, still a significant number of individual issues that haven’t been resolved. 

 

We’re compiling a list of these to submit to HR, in order that they can be discussed at a meeting to be called specifically for that purpose.  They mainly centre round incorrect starting dates, claims for previous jobs people were in after 1st April 2001 and flawed calculations (often based on incorrect current grading).  So we struggle on…………………..

 

If you are leaving, or changing jobs within the Council, you should ensure that you let us know - This is so we can advise you on what steps you need to take to safeguard any back pay you may be owed following the implementation of Single Status

JOB EVALUATIONS – APPEALS

The vast majority of jobs have now been evaluated but there are still some to be completed.  If you have had your job evaluated and you are not happy with the outcome you should appeal. 

 

How do you appeal?

 

Step 1 

 

On receipt of your letter from HR you have 28 days to appeal.  Your letter should contain your scores however if not you will need to ask for a copy.  You should request this from the Single Status Team on:

 

Helpdesk: 0208 667 8388

Email: single.status@croydon.gov.uk

Address to write to: Single Status, 8th Floor, Taberner House, Park Lane, Croydon, CR9 3JS

 

Step 2

 

You need an appeal form which is on the intranet (hidden deeply within the Single status information) or from our website here.  You will also need a copy of the conventions, also obtainable from the intranet or from our website.

 

Step 3

 

You will need to identify the areas you wish to challenge (i.e. the area in which you feel you should have scored higher) and write down why you feel you should have scored more.

 

Step 4

 

You should complete the Appeal Form (please bear in mind that your line manager is required to sign this) and a covering letter and submit it to the Single Status Team.  You may wish to deliver this in person to the address above.  If you require assistance to complete the form you should contact your local Steward (details can be found on our Branch Directory).  If you don’t have a local Steward then you should contact your Departmental Convenor (details below).

 

Once your letter has been submitted an Appeals Panel will be convened to consider your submission.  Contrary to our initial expectations you won’t be automatically invited to this meeting although you may be requested to attend if the panel require clarification.  You will then be informed of the decision.

 

Contacts – Departmental Convenors

 

If you require any further information please call your departmental lead:

 

Anna Raghunanan

ECPP 

xtn 61115

Iteen Stephens

Finance & Resources

xtn 88336

Eleanor Tracey

Social Services

xtn 62167

James Young

Housing

xtn 62673

Malcolm Campbell 

Policy & Corporate Services

xtn 65435

Laurie Pocock

Planning & Transportation

xtn 62648

Mervyn D’Cruze

CYPL (Education)

xtn 65435

 

Or the Branch Office on 8760 5435 or 65435 at Taberner House.

 

 

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