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Pay Up Now: We need all UNISON members involved

It may now be August and summer is well under way, but for our major pay campaign – Pay Up Now – it’s still full steam ahead. We’re fighting for all public sector workers to get the pay rise you need and deserve, so there won’t be any let up in the campaign until the […]

News on the UNISON South East site.

Marching to end austerity

We came in our thousands to London with a simple message for Theresa May

Article on the UNISON South East site.

Why public service employers should Pay Up Now!

The first two weeks of October saw UNISON branches across the region organise events to promote the work they do locally and to call for an end to the government’s pay cap. This cap means that the average public sector worker has seen a pay increase of just 4.4% between 2010-2016 – in real terms, […]

News on the UNISON South East site.

Scrap the Cap Pay Rally

Date
22 July 2017 11:00am–1:00pm
Location
Guildhall Square, Portsmouth

Opening rally followed by a short march through Commercial Road returning to Guildhall Square for some concluding speakers at 12 Noon This weak government is deeply divided over public sector pay. Firefighters have been offered 2% but the Fire Brigades Union has quite rightly said this is not enough. Teachers have only been offered 1% […]

Event on the UNISON South East site.

Pay cap must be lifted for police staff too, say unions

The government needs to come up with the cash to fund a decent pay rise for police staff this year or jobs and services will be cut, the GMB, UNISON and Unite have warned today (Monday). Police employers have said that without extra money from the Home Office, they are not in a position to make […]

Article on the UNISON South East site.