- Last Updated on Thursday, 23 March 2017 11:30
Elections are being held for all seats on UNISON's National Executive Council, the governing body of the union.
The Ballot opens on Monday 3 April 2017.
Ballot papers will be sent to eligible members' home, together with information on the candidates.
If you have not received your ballot paper by 11 April 2017 you should contact the ballot helpline on 0800 0857 857.
Close of ballot
The deadline for receipt of ballot papers by the independent scrutineer is 5pm on Friday 28 April 2017.
Further information is available on the UNISON Website
For your information Nottingham City UNISON nominated:-
National Local Government Seats
Paul Holmes – General Seat
Paul Gilroy – Male Seat
Andrea Egan – Female Seat
East Midlands Local Government Seats
Gary Padgett – Male Seat
Katie Conway – Reserved Seat
Black Member Seats
Hugo Pierre – Male Seat
April Ashley – Female Seat
Young Member Seats
Andrew Anderson - General Seat
- Last Updated on Thursday, 02 March 2017 13:10
All UNISON Branches are required to hold an Annual General Meeting to which all members are encouraged to attend. Because our membership covers such a large geographical area we have arranged a number of meetings at different times and locations in the hope that many of you will be able to attend.
UNISON is a representative democracy which means members elect other members to represent them both inside the union and outside to employers at local, regional and national level. These elections take place annually at the Annual General Meetings. Further information is attached.
At the meeting, the Annual Report and Financial Accounts are received which details the work the Branch has focused on over the past year.
All members are given the opportunity to ask questions.
We look forward to seeing you at one of the meetings detailed on the attachment.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 11:42
With freezing temperatures across Europe NG Solidarity with Refugees are asking for your help to keep people warm. They will take warm blankets and sleeping bags to Northern France to provide desperately needed warmth and bedding to children and adults in the Dunkirk refugee camp and the refugees in Paris.
Whilst the camp in Calais was dismantled in late October 2016, there are still over a thousand refugees children and adults living in the camp in Dunkirk and many people sleeping rough on the on the streets of Paris, with more arriving each day.
There is a desperate need for thick warm blankets and warm sleeping bags, to provide basic warmth and bedding.
If you don't have any blankets but are interested in making financial donations please see the crowd funder at; www.youcaring.com/Nottinghamblanketdrive. For every £20 donated they will buy a warm blanket on your behalf.
#NottinghamBlanketDrive for Refugees on 4th March 2017
at Unit 2 Gauntley Court, Hyson Green, Nottingham, NG7 5HD.
Please note they are only collecting warm Thick Blankets and 3 – 4 Season Sleeping Bags (so, no duvets please – they are not suitable).
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 January 2017 11:40
Check out the latest news including:-
- NCC Pay & Reward – Implementation Talks
- Legal Claims on Increment Freeze
- Dates for Branch Annual General Meetings
- Nominations for Branch Officers and Reps
- Delegates needed for National Conferences