Reports and Campaigns
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11 July 2012
We Learning Support Assistants have finally won our pay and grading appeal. We work at the Vine, a small Leeds City council service that provides specialist education and social care to young adults with...
14 September 2011
At the beginning of September, Independent/Labour-led Carmarthenshire county council chief executive, bypassing union members' elected representatives, wrote to employees making them an individual offer on Single Status [job evaluation]...
28 April 2010
Nottingham City council has launched a huge attack on its workforce, hiding behind 'single status' to attack the conditions and pay of over 8,000 council workers, writes Jean Thorpe, Nottingham East Socialist Party.
12 August 2009
Unison members in Glasgow council's social work services who are clerical officers and admin assistants have accepted offers to resolve two disputes, writes Brian Smith, branch secretary, Glasgow Unison.
11 June 2008
Street cleaners and park workers in the London Borough of Waltham Forest have had their jobs contracted out to Kier, a large company which includes privatised services amongst its portfolio, writes Kevin Parslow.
16 April 2008
Birmingham council have imposed a new pay and grading system onto their 40,000-strong workforce, under the guise of the 'single status' scheme, writes Dave Griffiths, West Midlands Socialist Party.
4 March 2008
Greenwich Unison members have voted to accept the council's latest 'single status' proposals. This follows a successful campaign by the trade unions, led by Greenwich Unison, demanding equal pay without pay cuts.
27 February 2008
As The Socialist reported last week, the witch-hunt against the left in public-sector trade union Unison has reached a new level...
27 February 2008
Waltham Forest council trade unions are marching against the effects of the single status deal on 28 February, writes A Waltham Forest Unison member
20 February 2008
Street wardens in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, who are mostly members of Unite (T&G), have won a four-year battle for proper compensation for their anti-social hours.... By Kevin Parslow,
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