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Dear Ayrshire College,

As per the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 please supply me with the following information in electronic format:

1) How many staff do you have who are not on permanent contracts (please break down by support staff, lecturers, and staff earning over £70k)?
2) Please provide a breakdown of how many of these staff have now been employed for over one year (again broken down by support staff, lecturers and staff earning over £70k).
3) Please provide a breakdown of how many of these staff have now been employed for over two years (again broken down by support staff, lecturers and staff earning over £70k).
4) How many support staff (from question 1) are on time limited contracts due to project based funding, or sickness or maternity cover?
5) How many (Support) staff (from question 3) have been transferred to permanent (contracts) since the 19th of October 2018?
6) Please give reasons (and breakdown of numbers by reason) why support staff not affected by question 4 and employed for over 2 years have not yet been made permanent?
7) Please give reasons (and breakdown of numbers by reason) why support staff not affected by question 4 and employed for over 1 year have not yet been made permanent?
8) Have you supplied a list, of Support Staff not affected by question 4 to the local Trade Union Stewards?
9) In relation to questions 7 & 8 was this discussed at a formal meeting with support staff Trade Unions (e.g. JNC)?
10) If so please supply the minute of meetings since October 2018 relating to (see also STS Circular 05/18)?
11) How many staff on temporary (change temporary to “not on permanent”) contracts have had contracts ended since October 2018 (please break down by support staff, lecturers and staff earning over £70k.
12) If you have staff affected by your answers to questions 6 & 7 can you detail your plan to address in relation to circular STS 05/18?

Please acknowledge receipt of this information request and I shall look forward to receiving your full disclosure within 20 working days.

Yours faithfully,

John Gallacher

Freedom OfInformation, Ayrshire College

Dear Mr Gallacher

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request received on 12 July 2019.

We will respond to your request within 20 working days.

Regards

Allyson

Allyson Sharp
Information and Customer Relations Advisor
External Tel: 01563 495 066
Internal Ext: 8066

Ayrshire College | Kilmarnock Campus | 18-20 Hill Street | Kilmarnock | KA1 3HY

www.ayrshire.ac.uk | @AyrshireColl on twitter | ayrshirecollege on LinkedIn

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Allyson Sharp, Ayrshire College

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Dear Mr Gallacher

 

I attach a response to your Freedom of Information request, which we
received on 12 July 2019, submitted under the Freedom of Information
(Scotland) Act 2002. 

 

Regards

 

Allyson

 

 

Allyson Sharp

Information and Customer Relations Officer

External Tel: 01563 495 066

Internal Ext: 8066

 

Ayrshire College | Kilmarnock Campus | 18-20 Hill Street | Kilmarnock |
KA1 3HY

 

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