Hardworking public servants are up to £3000 a year worse off than they were in 2010, due to the government’s cap on public sector pay rises. Demonstrate against the freeze Tuesday 17 October at 4:30 PM at Parliament Square.
A two-year pay deal for youth and community workers on JNC pay and conditions has been reached by the unions and employers, worth a 1% increase from 1 September 2016 and a further 1% from 1 September 2017.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 →
The time has come to make a stand in the fight for better pay and conditions. Read on for more information about the pay offer, and why UNISON nationally and in Camden wants you to vote Yes for action in the official strike ballot beginning on 23 May.Continue reading →
Following the rejection by members of the pay offer in the consultative ballot, which would have meant a pay rise of just 1% for the vast majority of staff, Unison is to call an official strike ballot to last from 23rd May to 20th June 2014 to see if members authorise industrial action to be called if the local government employers don’t improve their offer.
Camden Unison is now consulting youth and connexions worker members on JNC pay and conditions on the employers’ pay offer of 1% for the year 2013-14. Please see the attached briefing for more information. You should receive an electronic ballot paper in the next day or so. If you have not received this by 5 PM on Wednesday, 11 September please contact CSF co-convenor John Shepherd. Continue reading →
For the third year running the Employers have refused to make an offer on pay. This article and attached briefing will explain the negotiations so far, and members in connexions and the youth service will be consulted by Camden UNISON on pay. Continue reading →
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