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Are low pay and high prices hitting you?

As part of the local government NJC 2014 pay campaign in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, UNISON is running a survey to check the impact of falling pay and rising prices

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Last week for local government members to vote for strike action over pay

There is just one week left in the NJC strike ballot with the last chance to request ballot papers on 18 June at noon, and the ballot closing on Monday 23 June.

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Fair Pay Fortnight kicks off

Fair Pay Fortnight kicks off today, with events and activity planned around the UK to reiterate the case for a fairer wage settlement

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Cardiff council proposals provoke calls for strike action

UNISON has responded with anger to proposals from Cardiff county council to reduce the workers’ hours to 36 per week

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UNISON leads TUC call for ‘a fairer Britain’

UNISON call marks opening of this year’s TUC congress in Bournemouth

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UNISON urges members to lobby their MPs over new ‘gagging law’

New law threatens to gag charities, NGOs, blogs, think-tanks, trade unions and other campaigning organisations by severely restricting how much money they can spend on political campaigning in the year running up to a general election

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Support grows for living wage at Solihull Council

Lib Dem and Green councillors add support to Labour for the living wage to be implemented at Solihull Council

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Living Wage could create 58,000 jobs, says leading economist

UNISON study concludes living wage brings a positive boost to the economy

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Richest UK bosses just got richer

UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said that top CEOs' "median salary is an eye-watering £568,500, and, as if that wasn't enough to live on, it was […]

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Conference pledges to support national terms and conditions

Passionate debate sees UNISON workers commit themselves to defending national terms and conditions and the Green Book

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UNISON calls on WLGA to disassociate from incremental pay progression block

In response to Chancellor George Osbornes announcement that he plans to block incremental pay progression, UNISON Cymru/Wales head of local government Dominic MacAskill, said: “The Chancellor clearly had no understanding of how pay progression work in practice

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Swansea UNISON members vote on Single Status offer

Swansea UNISON members vote on employer’s Single Status and Job evaluation offer

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Union to consider new LG pay offer

Union’s NJC committee meets on 7 May to discuss final 1% offer from employers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, before consulting branches

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UNISON responds to Birmingham budget cuts

As Birmingham City Council announces cuts of £120 million next year, UNISON to ask the Labour Council to campaign jointly for a fair deal for the city

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Union consults on Scottish local government pay offer

Members will have their say on 1% offer including a living wage

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