Isme and Ibec wrangle over say on childcare pay
The two bodies both argue they should represent employers on a joint labour committee deciding on staff conditions in the sector
Two employers’ groups are in the middle of a row about who should be on a new independent body to decide the pay rates for 30,000 childcare staff.
Last summer, the government announced that it was setting up a new joint labour committee (JLC) made up of unions, employers and a Labour Court representative.
It will have the power to decide on the pay and conditions for the childcare staff who look after more than ...