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You can help your colleagues and fellow UNISON members tackle this and other issues by becoming a UNISON rep or workplace contact. Our activists and reps are organisers who talk to, recruit and organise members around workplace issues, hold meetings, undertake surveys and help run ballots. They give members information about union issues by publicising campaigns, distributing leaflets and keeping members informed about and involved in local negotiations. They are advisers and sounding boards, talking to members about workplace problems, advising on how to deal with these and arranging for help or advice from elsewhere in the union or other sources. They represent and speak on behalf of members in their workplace. Become a rep. Rosenkranz Foundation. Policy Exchange. Trade Union Disability Alliance. About the TUC. In the regions. About Southern and Eastern TUC SERTUC, the Southern & Eastern Region of the TUC, is the largest of the TUC's six English regions and covers three of the former government regions: London, the South East, and East of England.
Over two million trades unionists live and work within the region. The Regional Council is appointed annually by affiliates and county associations of trades councils and meets four times a year to discuss both how to achieve policy determined at the national Trades Union Congress and to make specific policies on regional issues. At its Annual General Meeting, it elects officers and an Executive Committee that meets monthly.
Affiliated trade unions and county associations also nominate to SERTUC's industrial and equality subgroups who use their industrial and life experience to inform the activities of the Regional Council. Ross Pritchard Memorial Essay Contest. The plain truth about economics New resources from SERTUC are available at Project ICARUS report. Portsmouth Trades Union Council. My UNISON. Let's give the Pensions Bill the chop once and for all.
Our Blood Is Not For Sale. UNIONREPS.org.uk from TUC Online. A coalition of groups fighting cuts and privatisation. Right to Work. Cuts Watch. Benefits Street wise 17 Feb 2014, by Michelle Doust in Cuts Watch: Welfare, Society & Welfare We have turned our Prezi into a short video to show that what the government calls welfare reform is destroying the safety net that any of us might need, and that millions rely on to make ends meet.
Read in full No cap for state pension spending – it already has one! 26 Jun 2013, by Craig Berry in Cuts Watch: Pensions, Pensions & Investment, Society & Welfare The new cap on welfare spending will not, says George Osborne, apply to expenditure on the state pension. Read in full Reform of pensioner benefits shaped by politics not principle 07 Jun 2012, by Craig Berry in Cuts Watch: Pensions Read in full Cuts Watch # -1: Youth Justice Board 30 Nov 2011, by Richard Exell in Cuts Watch It’s nice to note the occasional victory, a cut withdrawn. Read in full Cuts Watch #403: Rehabilitation charities 26 Apr 2011, by Richard Exell in Cuts Watch: Social care. Quickreads.org.uk. The public service union. Campaigning in the South East Uploaded with ImageShack.us There's never been a more important time for UNISON members to get involved in campaigning.
Our public services, jobs and pensions are being targeted by Cameron and Clegg who are determined to make workers and service users pay the price of the global recession. We will not sit back while societies are ripped apart and the vulnerable are tossed aside to pay for the greed of the bankers. Every part of UNISON - our members, branches, regions and the union nationally - has a part to play. Latest updates Low pay is not just an issue for those being underpaid, it also affects communities: low-paid workers often have to work long hours to support their families making it hard to spend time or money on their children's education, on community activities or just in the local shops. The living wage is an hourly rate set independently every year. . · In London the 2012/2013 Greater London Authority rate is £8.55 per hour. · Get ready.
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