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A group campaigning to save five council-run nurseries in Salford has joined up with campaigners from across the country at a rally in Salford.
Consultative ballot sees 79% vote against 3% offer and 67% vote in in favour of moving to industrial action
Whether they’re catering staff or teaching assistants, cleaners or administrative workers, without them schools couldn’t open every morning. They deserve our thanks and to know just how valuable their work is to all of us.
This is completely unacceptable. Care workers should be able to focus on delivering compassionate care, and shouldn’t have to worry about losing pay or losing their jobs. Never mind pay cuts, they should be receiving far better pay for the vital work they do – and as vital workers who provide dignity and respect for our loved ones, the very least they deserve is dignity and respect in return from those who pay their wages.
University of Bradford climbs down on redundancy numbers the week after four-day strike
Responding to the latest figures from the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) on the numbers joining and leaving its register, UNISON head of health Sara Gorton said: “The increase in nurses and midwives joining is woefully short of what’s needed. “It’s yet more evidence that committed funding for nursing degree apprenticeships is vital. “Support staff, including healthcare […]
University of Leicester security workers’ petition attracts nearly 1,000 signatures in days – why not add your support?
Becoming and staying the biggest and the best
MPs voice cross-party support for protecting the rights of all five million EU and UK citizens threatened by Brexit
We are proud of all our members, everyday, but One Team week gives us the chance to focus on NHS support staff, make them more visible and show them how much we appreciate what they do. And it’s an opportunity for me – for all of us – to thank them for their incredible work.
Writers, readers and workers take the fight for the country’s cultural soul to Westminster
Announcement of new rates marks the start of Living Wage Week
Jo-Ann Marren elected unopposed to Greater London reserved seat