Reference number
  • LAM
Date
  • 1918-1991
Level
  • Collection
Description
  • Records of the employers' side secretariat.
Extent
  • 74 boxes
Admin history
  • The Joint Industrial Council for Local Authorities' Non-trading Services (Manual Workers) was established in 1919. It became the National Joint Industrial Council for Local Authorities' Non-trading Services (Manual Workers) in 1924, and later the National Joint Council for Local Authorities' Services (Manual Workers).

    On 27 November 1947 the Local Authorities' Conditions of Service Advisory Board (LACSAB) was established to co-ordinate the activities of the employers' sides of this and the other local authority employer/staff negotiating bodies and to provide a joint secretariat. On 1 April 1991 LACSAB merged with the Local Government Training Board to form the Local Government Management Board, the depositor of these records.

    Reference: Geoff Kelly, 'A history of LACSAB - industrial relations in local government 1947-1991' (Centurion, 1991) (copy at MSS.372/NT/6/4).
Appraisal
  • This collection has been weeded for duplicates.
Access Conditions
  • There are no restrictions on access to these papers.
Access status
  • Open
Related Material
  • These records were deposited with records of: National Joint Council for Local Authorities' Administrative, Professional, Technical and Clerical Services; the National Joint Council for Teachers in Further Education in England and Wales; the Whitley Council for New Towns Staff; the Joint Negotiating Committee for Approved Schools and Remand Homes in England and Wales.
Subject
  • Local Government