Monthly Archives: May 2017

Review of Term Time Working: Update

Published on May 26, 2017 at 11:07 am

This circular attaches an NJC Joint Circular giving a progress report on the review of term time working agreed as part of the 2016-18 pay settlement.

Click here for:  LG 17 2017 Term Time Review Circular

Click here for:  NJC Term Time Review Joint Circular

Contact:  Ben Thomas on 020 7121 5270, e-mail OR Gill Archer on 020 7121 5340, e-mail
Do your politicians care about you?

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Wednesday’s Coffee/Cake Event

Published on May 26, 2017 at 10:17 am

Thanks to all those that attended our Coffee/Cake event on Wednesday, it was good to see so many members and non-members comingCllr Khan along to see what UNISON is about and what we can offer.

Cllr Khan, Leader – “Thank you for asking me to attend the event.

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Your vote matters

Published on May 11, 2017 at 10:17 am

Having your say through the ballot box is always important.

Although much of the media would have us believe that the outcome of the general election on Thursday 8 June is a foregone conclusion, there is much to play for. Get involved now – with UNISON members, your colleagues, friends and family.

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IN TOUCH – The Newsletter for all UNISON Stewards and Activists in the North West Region

Published on May 11, 2017 at 10:01 am

Dear Members,


Please see attached a copy of the latest ‘In Touch’ activists’ bulletin.  This includes food for thought and issues you can raise in the next four weeks in conversations with members.

UNISON will be producing advice on campaigning amongst our own members and urging activists and members to get involved in local campaigns.

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2018 – 19 NJC Pay Claim – We want to hear your views!

Published on May 10, 2017 at 9:19 am

The UNISON NJC (National Joint Council) Committee, made up of elected UNISON representatives, met on Thursday 27th April to discuss the contents of the draft pay claim for 2018/19.

The UNISON NJC Committee is recommending the following:

A 5% increase on all NJC pay points and deletion of NJC pay points 6-9.

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