Category Archives: Reps
Two lunchtime talks have been arranged for the 8th September, these will be held in Committee Room 2 at the Town Hall between 12-1pm and 1-2pm. The subject of the talks will be “Workers of the world,Unite? How a 21st century technology may be turning a 19th century vision into reality”. Continue reading
Free diploma courses are available to all Branch reps. Please book via the Branch Office and click here to read more
An invitation to all Londoners that support the People’s Assembly – whether you volunteered, stewarded, made placards, or even just went on the recent march – to Continue reading
PSC Trade Union Conference: Palestine – Next Challenges for UK Trade Unions – Saturday 4 July in London......
- Dr Mustafa Barghouti, Member of the Palestinian Parliament
- Prof Karma Nabulsi, Oxford Uni academic and Patron of PSC
- Mick Whelan, General Secretary ASLEF
- Ben White, Author and journalist
- Hugh Lanning, Chair PSC
- And more to be confirmed…
Since the summer of 2014 there has been a seismic shift in public opinion on Continue reading
Lost in UNISON is a great way of learning more about the role. It is an induction and taster session for potential and new stewards where you: Continue reading
Lilburne Night seminar/discussion
Friday 15 May 7.30pm With Ted Vallance, John Rees, Ann Hughes – Alvescot, Oxfordshire https://levellersday.wordpress.com/friday-seminar-2015/ Continue reading
SERTUC TU Education......
Gender, Globalisation and Poverty Reduction course for union reps at South Thames College Wednesday 22 to Friday 24 July (3 days)
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Remembering Ray Bellas......
Ray held a large number of roles in NALGO including Staffside Secretary and was the first Branch Secretary in the newly formed UNISON, a post he held for 2 years. He was Children’s Convenor when he left the council in 2011 but continued as an observer for UNISON on the local Pensions board.
Ray represented a large number of union members over the years in disciplinary and other hearings. Many members received pay rises due to Ray’s tireless work on job evaluation panels. Continue reading