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Category Archives: Worth It Campaign
Following discussions with HR we have been told that the first unconsolidated lump sum payment should be in our December pay packets. The increase in salary will be included in the January pay packet and is only payable from 1st January 2015. The second unconsolidated lump sum payment should be in our pay for April 2015 and the pay increase for the year 2015/16 will be implemented in April 2015 payable from 1st April 2015.
Following yesterday’s Regional Local Government Committee meeting we are now aware of the outcome of the Branch Pay Consultation Ballot. Continue reading
The Waltham Forest UNISON Branch Committee met last week and agreed to recommend to our members to reject the pay offer. Continue reading
This is your opportunity to vote in the national branch consultation on the employers’ pay offer! Make sure you vote and have your say on this pay offer. If you have not received a ballot paper yet please contact the branch office.
The ballot paper has to be returned to the branch office by 12 noon on Thursday 13thNovember 2014.
Branch Pay Ballot......
This is your opportunity to vote in the national branch consultation on the employers’ pay offer! Everyone on NJC (Green Book) pay and conditions working in councils, schools, academies and other bodies such as ALMOs are covered by the pay proposals.
Ballot papers are currently being sent out via email and post. If you are entitled to vote and do not get a ballot paper contact the Branch Office. Continue reading
Time to make work better......
UNISON has welcomed a new report on making work better as a step in the right direction that politicians can’t afford to ignore
Making work better: an agenda for government has been published by the Smith Institute following an enquiry chaired by former ACAS chief Ed Sweeney. It calls for more secure jobs, better pay and a voice for people in the workplace. Continue reading
Members are probably wondering what is happening regarding the consultation on the employers’ recent pay proposal. The consultation has begun across the country but there are a couple of issues that need to be resolved with regard to the ballot in London because our pay scales are a little different to the national pay scales. Those issues should be ironed out today so that we can being the consultation exercise by the end of this week. So, please look out for information and your chance to vote on the proposal in your emails. Continue reading
UNISON has today reminded local government and school members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland that the consultation on the revised NJC pay proposals begins tomorrow, Thursday 16 October and that they face a clear choice to accept the offer or reject and take sustained action. Continue reading