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Issue details

A new staffing structure is introduced reducing operational staffing from 3.61 FTE to 1.14FTE

Decision type: Key

Decision status: Awaiting Implementation

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 23/08/2013

Implication: Financial; Human Resources;

Consultation with:

Sue Foley on date:

Decision due: 24/06/13 by Director of Communities & Neighbourhoods

Lead member: Executive Leader (incorporating Housing & Safer Neighbourhoods))

Contact: Charlie Croft, Assistant Director Communities and Equalities charlie croft x 3371 Email: charlie.croft@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Extensive internal staff and union consultation has taken place.

Finance comments
The proposed restructure will save £35k per annum, with a further £10k saving coming from non-employee expenditure/income. The staff saving will have a part-year effect in 13/14, and the resulting budget shortfall will need to be managed throug in-year mitigations. The one-off VR cost (see below) is estimated to be £1,350.

HR comments
Consultation with Burton Stone Community Centre staff began on 30th April and regular meetings have



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