Local government pay offer 2014-16 accepted – but the campaign goes on

UNISON is campaigning for a fair deal on pay for local government workers.

Council and school workers voted for strike action for fair pay.

Local government workers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland voted for action after rejecting the employers’ pay offer of just 1%. A strike day took place on 10 July 2014.

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Unions call for a long overdue pay rise for hard-pressed council employees

Three unions representing more than 1.6 million local government employees in schools and councils across England, Wales and Northern Ireland have today (Wednesday) submitted a pay claim that attempts to narrow the growing gap between declining wages and the rising cost of living. The claim for the year from next April seeks to move the […]

Local government pay offer consultation to begin in January

UNISON local government members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to be consulted in new year on employer’s final offer

UNISON general secretary salutes members ahead of Rhondda lobby

Local government workers protest over slashed car allowance

Banging the drum over pay

This year Glasgow’s homelessness caseworkers decided to go on strike. This is their story

School dinner ladies win a living wage

Hundreds of the lowest-paid workers in school kitchens across the north London borough of Camden will be paid a living wage, following a UNISON-led campaign

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