NCC BME Network Signing White Ribbon Pledge

The Branch recently supported the NCC BME Network and used the event to publicise the White Ribbon Campaign.

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 Mo ASLAM NCC BME Network Chair signing the White Ribbon pledge with UNISON colleague Rob Stephens 

Fair Pay Now - Protest 8 December 2017

branch-squareThe Local Government Employers are meeting in December to decide how much they will offer in response to our pay claim and branches have been asked to take part in a national day of protest on Friday 8 December 2017.

We have arranged a joint union protest together with Unite and GMB that will take place at 12.30pm outside Loxley House on 8 December.

It is important that we get a good turnout, so please do your best to attend. Further details can be found here Flyer

White Ribbon Campaign

White RibbonOur Branch Secretary Christina Sanna and Reps John Yarker and Najeeb Nazir are out today wearing their White Ribbons!  Nottingham City UNISON are proud to support White Ribbon Day and an end to male violence against women.

The White Ribbon Campaign (WRC) is a global movement of men and boys working to end male violence against women and girls. It was formed by a group of pro-feminist men in London, Ontario in November 1991 as a response to the École Polytechnique massacre of female students by Marc Lépine in 1989. The campaign was intended to raise awareness about the prevalence of male violence against women, with the ribbon symbolizing "the idea of men giving up their arms." Active in over 60 countries, the movement seeks to promote healthy relationships, gender equity, and a compassionate vision of masculinity which ends violence against women whilst simultaneously encouraging men to have a discussion about masculinity itself.

Former Dynasty star highlights UNISON’s Pay Up Now! campaign

branch-squareA new UNISON film, featuring former Dynasty actor Stephanie Beacham, takes a tongue-in-cheek look at why the overnment should give teaching assistants, paramedics, refuse collectors and other public service workers a pay rise.

The two-minute satirical Pat on the Back film highlights the government's hypocritical attitude to public servants – commending their dedication and hard work, yet refusing to lift the public sector pay cap, says UNISON.

But behind UNISON's spoof film is a serious message. Low pay not only harms individual employees and their families, it means services are run down as staff desert the public sector in search of higher wages.

Read more: Former Dynasty star highlights UNISON’s Pay Up Now! campaign

NCC Overtime and Toil Update

branch-squarePlease see the attached flyer which gives an update on the overtime and toil arrangements for Nottingham City Council employees.

pdfOvertime and TOIL Update

Changes to Working Patterns - Successful Outcome to the Joint TU Dispute

branch-squareAs part of the new contract the council moved from nine to two working patterns and employees should have been assimilated onto the pattern that most closely reflected the working pattern they were on prior to 1 April 2017. However, many members contacted us about their working patterns being changed and UNISON together with Unite and GMB objected to these changed and lodged a dispute.  Please see newletter below for full details.

pdfSuccessful Outcome to Working Patterns Dispute

NJC Pay Claim 2018

pay-squareNJC PAY CLAIM 2018

UNISON together with Unite and the GMB have submitted a joint pay claim for the majority of council and school workers covered by the National Joint Council (NJC) Green Book Collective Agreement. The claim includes the deletion of NJC Spinal Column Points (SCP) 6-9 to reach the Foundation Living Wage of £8.45 (UK) and £9.75 (London) and a 5% increase on all NJC pay points.

Further details of the claim pdfSummary TU Briefing

Model letter for members to send to Councillors Model Letter

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