Unions, MPs and service users declare “Save Our Shops!” as Liverpool One Stop Shops threatened with closure
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, Liverpool MPs and local residents are today (Thursday) launching the Save Our Shops campaign in response to the potential closure of Liverpool’s One Stop Shops.
We are receiving an increasing number of enquiries regarding what members and their employers should do to minimise the risk of Coronavirus infection at this worrying time. We have compiled some official guidance documents below, which we hope will be helpful.
Drug and alcohol support workers employed by We Are With You have announced the end of a long-running trade dispute with their employer- more than fifteen months after they first took strike action.
Statement from Wirral UNISON:
NHS staff at Manchester Hospitals lodge grievance over underpayment as Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust accused of getting clinical care ‘on the cheap’
Over three hundred health care assistants (HCAs), nursing assistants (NAs) and Maternity Assistants (MAs) working in Manchester Hospitals have lodged a grievance over years of underpayment for delivering clinical care.
Hundreds of Lifeways workers employed across the North West are coming together to campaign for appropriate holiday pay – and now over 70 politicians have signed an open letter supporting these courageous key workers.
Staff need pay rise to maintain morale.
Twenty-one Wirral school workers have announced that they will take strike action on Thursday 3 December over Woodchurch Primary School’s proposal to cut their hours and pay by up to 20%.
‘Disgraceful’ Catering company Dolce cuts pay of school meals staff pay and informs key workers of their fate by text message
School caterer Dolce- which provides catering services to schools across the North West including in Blackpool, Bury, Cumbria, Manchester, Rochdale, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan and the Wirral – has cut the hours and pay of hundreds of kitchen staff in schools throughout the region.
Cumberland Infirmary workers may strike over TEN YEARS’ worth of missing unsocial hours payments to hospital staff
Porters, cleaners, switchboard and catering staff working at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle - all members of trade union UNISON - are currently voting on whether to take strike action over missing payments for working unsocial hours.