NJC Circular – new national restrictions (England)

A NJC COVID 19 Circular on working arrangements during the current period of national restrictions in England due to end 2 December has been circulated. This outlines extra provision for those at higher risk and relates to people classed as clinically extremely...

An opportunity to be featured in a published social mobility toolkit

Kantar, an independent research organisation is conducting research on behalf of the Social Mobility Commission (SMC) to help create a social mobility employer’s toolkit specific to the public sector. The aim of the toolkit is to provide organisations with the tools...

Exit Pay Cap

The implementation date for the exit pay cap has been confirmed as 4 November 2020. At the time or writing, we are still awaiting publication of the supporting Guidance and Directions which it is hoped will answer some of the questions the sector currently has...

Value of council overview and scrutiny in uncertain times

During these uncertain times, it will be imperative that councils and councillors listen to feedback from the public. That’s why Council Overview and Scrutiny is so important.. Continue Reading Value of council overview and scrutiny in uncertain times

Leeds DWP fined for not following social distancing rules

Last month the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Leeds office was fined for being in breach of health and safety law after an inspector found poor social distancing and an absence of other measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   Continue Reading Leeds DWP fined for not following social distancing rules

Joint Statement from Acas, CBI and TUC

The following joint statement has been issued by Susan Clews (Chief Executive, Acas), Dame Carolyn Fairbairn (Director-General, CBI) and Frances O’Grady (General-Secretary, TUC), to help businesses and workers deal with the impact of possible redundancies. Continue Reading Joint Statement from Acas, CBI and TUC

November National Lockdown

We are in close contact with national bodies and as soon as we receive up to date guidance in relation to the 5 November – 2 December UK national lockdown we will circulate to all out members.

About us

We are a small team of Human Resources & Organisational Development consultants working across the public sector in the south east of England. Our organisation is not-for-profit so we are continually re-investing in the services and products we offer working with small and medium sized organisations and across the public sector in the south east of England.

Our services

HR Support

We can help you with your HR questions and provide resilience.  We also offer job evaluation and support with pay and grading.

Learning and Development

We will work with you to meet your learning and development needs.

SEE Representatives

Resources for Councillors appointed as representatives on our management board.

Bringing you together

Bringing people and information together for the benefit of your organisation.

IT Security Support

SEE runs the South East Warning, Advisory and Reporting Point (SEGWARP).

SEE Jobs

SEE jobs is a signpost to local authority jobs within the south east region.

Support for Councillors

Information, advice and development support for Councillors and Democratic Services.

Dispute Resolution

As trained employment mediators and investigators we can help resolve workplace issues.


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