Please see after the jump the new issue of our newsletter, with important news and information about PRP and the appraisal scheme, living wage victories and campaigning, Right First Time reviews, Unison’s national conference, housing, asbestos and more. Continue reading
The ballot is for industrial action in support of this year’s pay claim. Watch this space for the results and the latest developments.
What have the Romans ever done for us?
Here is a short list of just some of the things achieved by Camden UNISON in the past couple of years.
After more than a year of campaigning, we have a successfully achieved a promise of the implementation of the London living wage of £9.15 per hour from 1 September 2015 for nearly 300 workers in 51 schools on the Caterlink contract: an increase of nearly 40% on their current pay rate of £6.60 per hour. Continue reading
Following members and union reps at the local authority in the West Midlands being frustrated with the council’s seeming lack of will to redeploy staff at risk of redundancy (sound familiar?), UNISON and the other unions have now successfully negotiated an agreement to ensure no compulsory redundancies 2015-17. Continue reading
Check out the new issue of our newsletter, with articles about why we believe compulsory redundancies are unnecessary, a breakdown of recent union successes, the national special conference on pay, a new pay dispute for NSL workers, appraisal ratings, performance related pay and more. Continue reading
Unison’s national welfare fund has some grants available to help pay for school uniforms for low income members’ children. Please click here for more information.
Camden UNISON’s advice for workers in schools, in the wake of OFSTED insisting that regulations for childminders around potential disqualification from working with children if someone else in your household has committed criminal offences. Continue reading