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Reject the pay offer

Pay consultation – your email address would help

UNISON is about to consult members with a recommendation that you reject the latest local government pay offer. Unfortunately, plans for ... Read More
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UN Older Peoples Day Edinburgh demo 27 Sept

“Celebrating Older Human Rights Champions” SCOTTISH PENSIONERS’ FORUM DEMONSTRATION TO MARK UNITED NATIONS OLDER PEOPLE’S DAY HOLYROOD EDINBURGH *THURSDAY 27TH ... Read More
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One Team

UNISON rejects revised COSLA pay offer

UNISON will recommend that its local government members reject the latest revised pay offer from COSLA when it holds a ... Read More
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Equality: central to our aims and objectives

During periods of sustained cuts to public services it is the case that the most disadvantaged groups tend to suffer ... Read More
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UNISON Health & Safety August 2018

Your August Health & Safety update is now online covering
  • Integrated Health & Social Care
  • Pupil Support Assistant and ... Read More
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Take One Action! Film Festival 12th – 23rd September 2018

The UK’s leading global change film festival returns next month with a powerful programme exploring women’s empowerment, climate change and ... Read More
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One Team

Latest pay claim update – send in your postcard

UNISON’s Scottish Local Government Committee thanks everyone for the excellent campaign focusing on education under the theme: “It’s ONE team – ... Read More
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Education cards to Parliament

Latest pay claim update

In the run up to schools breaking up for the summer thousands of members signed postcards to the Deputy First ... Read More
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