Environment Agency Pay Campaign
EA members are being balloted on a pay offer for 2023/24
- UNISON, alongside other Environment Agency trade unions, submitted the pay claim for 2023/24 on behalf of all EA staff.
- UNISON strike action planned for 3-6 November 2023 was suspended, following agreement from Government Ministers to approve the EA’s Pay Flexibility Business Case (PFBC) and a commitment from the employer to engage in new pay talks on this basis.
- A formal pay offer for 2023/24 has now been made to EA staff, and union members will be balloted on the offer between 23 November and 12 December.
EA Trade Unions’ position and recommendation on the offer
A letter was sent to EA members setting out the trade unions’ position on the 2023/24 pay offer, along with a recommendation to members. The letter can be downloaded via the link below.
Further communications with members will following over the course of the ballot period, along with engagement events including webinars.
EA pay offer and ballot Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
A list of key questions and answers on the pay offer and on UNISON’s ballot have been collated in a single document, which can be found via the link below. This list of questions and answers will be regularly updated as more queries are received.
UNISON has produced an online calculator which can assist EA members with finding out what the key aspects of the 2023/24 pay offer may mean for them (based on EA salary grades).
UNISON is running a series of webinars for EA members over the coming weeks, which are another opportunity to find out more and to ask questions. Click the links below to register, and to submit a question in advance.
General enquiries can be sent to the UNISON Water, Environment and Transport mailbox.
As well as this, make sure to follow UNISON’s Facebook and Twitter.