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ask each employee to voluntarily accept a new package.
Mr Bayliss said: "The fact is that if people sign the contract there will be no change. Things will continue without any noticeable change at all."
"We then have the trade unions consulting with their members. They come back and say whether they can give us any form of collective agreement and, at the moment, they can He said another meeting with unions was scheduled for next week and that, if a collective agreement was reached then, what is being said in the letter would be withdrawn.
THE leader of Derby City Council says employees should not be alarmed after letters were sent out saying they may have to have their contracts "terminated alongside an offer of re engagement" if they don't accept a new pay agreement.
The Derby Telegraph previously reported how at least 600 city council workers stand to see their basic pay reduced from April 1 next year as part of the changes.
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About another 2,000 staff members will see their basic rate of pay increase and about 800 see no change.
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"I think their agenda is to rush this through and scare the workforce."
He said: "There a process of negotiation. We put the offer on the table.
fair wages for work of equal value and common terms and conditions.
"If we do this then any employee who chooses not to accept the new package may face the possibility of having their contracts terminated alongside an offer of re engagement on new terms and conditions (with continuous service preserved).
"This is not something we want to do but we may need to do it to move forward."
She said: "We haven't finished consulting with out members yet so we are not in a position to accept a collective agreement on the pay and harmonisation of terms and conditions.
Nicole Berrisford,Derby branch secretary for Unison, said she was angry about the letter.
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Asked if he was disappointed with the unions' position, Mr Bayliss said "not entirely".
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He said he didn't think any council had achieved a collective agreement over equal pay reviews but that Derby City Council had "thought it might".
termination of contracts? Please, Unison, tell us what's happening. Those of us appealing against our Equal Pay Review (EPR) gradings are coming Nike Lebron 11 Max Low Black Gum up against a brick wall. I asked the EPR team what happens once we've sent in our Intent to Appeal form. What is the process from there? What are the timescales? The EPR team cannot answer these questions because the appeals process has not been agreed with the unions yet. And then we get letters threatening us with dismissal and re engagement for not agreeing with a process that is far from transparent and which has created some serious anomalies in gradings? While around us now we are hearing daily of teams where staff are likely to have to go through competitive interviews for reduced numbers of posts, or where posts are being deleted? If Cllr Bayliss thinks we should not be alarmed by his letter, then he doesn't understand the impact all of this is having on the DCC workforce.
Mr Bayliss said employees should not be alarmed by the letter.
Mr Bayliss said the letter had gone out because a "collective agreement" over the new rates of pay, terms and conditions had not currently been reached with unions.
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