Latest issue of the Camden Unison newsletter with articles about our traffic warden members’ victory, the new appraisal scheme, agile working, the Unison election scandal, housing crisis, trade union bill, black workers and more.Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
Camden UNISON has produced a special two-page mini issue about the July 10 strike of 1 million public sector workers which you can download and print below. Also, UNISON nationally has announced that the next day of strike action will be 14th October so please put it in your diary, talk to colleagues about it and encourage non-members to join! Continue reading →
Read online or print the latest issue of Camden UNISON’s newsletter, with important news and updates on the national pay claim, negotiations on pay modernisation, union successes for school support staff and mental health workers, the NHS, Royal Mail and more. Continue reading →
Camden Eye’s Pay Special is out. Read all about the 1% pay offer, why the branch committee feels we should reject it and about the consultative ballot that’s taking place from 20th May to 10th June electronically (or by paper if you don’t have an email address on record).
Camden UNISON has lots of information here about the new terms and conditions dubbed “workforce modernisation” by management. Read on for full info and leaflets and posters to download and print. Continue reading →
Here is the latest issue of Camden Unison’s newsletter Camden Eye, containing information about the new contracts, the branch AGM, winning pay increases for social workers and traffic wardens, defending jobs in the youth offending service and more. Continue reading →
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