Nearly 540 people joined or rejoined Camden UNISON last year, making 2014 the single best year for recruitment since 2006 when the branch saw 570 join its ranks. The figures for 2014 are all the more remarkable in the light of the continued decline in employment across the lead employer, Camden Council, which still accounts for some 75% of total branch membership. Camden’s current workforce is about 15% smaller than in 2010.
- CELEBRATE WITH CAMDEN UNISON! Friday 8 November – 6pm onwards, The Chapel Bar, 29 Penton Street N1 9PX
- Celebrating Black History Month
- Camden Black Worker Group (CBWG) short report on its annual general meeting (AGM) held on Thursday 19 September 2019
- Interview with Camden Unison Equalities Officer Adejare Oyewole on the day of action on climate change
- “Today we’re making history” – Climate emergency rally outside 5PS on 20 September
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