UNISON recommends rejection of pay offer of 1% or £250 from Association of Colleges in online ballot which runs until 17 November
UNISON is the union for all support staff in further education colleges. This leaflet sets out why UNISON has support staff interests at its heart.
This guidance gives practical advice on how to share and raise concerns about workload issues with colleagues and managers and what should be included in a workload agreement with employers.
This is a joint agreement on the avoidance and handling of redundancies in FE (England).
Across the public sector, employers are increasingly turning to “shared services” as a means of saving money, under the guise of increased efficiencies. In the past this has typically referred to “back office” operations like processing records, payroll, finance and benefits.
Government plans to allow employers in England to opt out of local government pension scheme are an ‘unwarranted and grievous’ attack on higher and further education staff
UNISON has today (Wednesday) expressed disappointment at the pay offer put forward by the Association of Colleges. The union believes the offer of a one per cent increase or £250, whichever is greater, will plunge college staff further into poverty. UNISON head of education Jon Richards said: “This offer is hugely disappointing. It will do little […]
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This agreement is intended to provide a framework to College Governing Bodies, College Principals and lay officers of local trade unions to ensure the National Contract (the national contract of employment) is implemented consistently within FE Colleges incorporated under the Further and Higher Education Act 1992, as amended from time to time, in Wales when engaging and/or regularising the employment of all employees be they full time, fractional or part time hourly paid.
This scheme sets out the rights, entitlements and obligations of all employees who are absent from work owing to sickness, injury or other disability.