Branch committee minutes 16 April 2018

Summary minutes of the last Camden Unison branch committee meeting. Continue reading

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Branch officers meeting minutes 27 February 2018

For transparency and to ensure members are kept informed about what Camden Unison is up to, we are starting to add summaries of the minutes of key meetings of the branch to our website for members. Continue reading

The Windrush generation and a hostile environment

Information and advice for members in Camden negatively affected by the government’s “hostile environment” policy. Continue reading

Report from Unison women’s conference

A report of the national Unison women members’ conference from one of Camden Unison’s delegates. Continue reading

Report from Unison black members conference

Here is a report back from Unison black members’ conference from Camden Unison’s  delegates.

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Camden Unison deputation to pensions committee

Last week John Rutter, Camden Unison’s pensions committee observer, attended a meeting of the Camden pensions committee  and made a deputation. This is his report of the meeting. Continue reading

Camden Unison members reject pay offer

81% of members in Camden voted to reject the employers’ pay offer for 2018-2020, with 19% voting to accept.

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New pay offer for 2018-20

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Read on for more information on the 2-year pay offer which has been made by the employers for NJC council workers. Importantly it does break the pay freeze, but it still doesn’t keep up with inflation.

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Dependency leave victory for workers on new contracts

dependency-leaveCamden UNISON is happy to be able to announce that we have negotiated a further significant improvement for members on the “new” (post-October 2012) contracts, so now members are entitled to dependency leave even if they have not exhausted their annual leave. Continue reading

Sign the Camden UNISON pay petition

We need to keep up the pressure for a decent pay rise  – 1% is not enough. Camden UNISON branch support the NJC pay claim for 2018, submitted by UNISON, GMB and Unite on behalf of council and school workers. Public sector pay has been restrained for far too long. We deserve a pay rise – we must increase the fight for a 5% increase. If you have not signed the petition  – see the link below. Continue reading