Reverse the increase in allowances to Norfolk County Councillors sign up via this link We urge you to sign the above petition supported by both Liberal Democrat and Labour County Councillors. Do you think it’s reasonable for the Conservative dominated County Council to award themselves inflation busting allowance increases when Children’s Services Centres budgets are being cut and most employees have not received a pay […]
5 December 2017 FAIR PAY NOW Bulletin Issue Number 06 COUNCIL AND SCHOOL WORKERS’ PAY OFFER RECEIVED UNISON, GMB and Unite have today received the attached letter from the Local Government Employers outlining a proposed two-year NJC pay deal for council and school staff in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The UNISON bulletin quotes the spinal […]
Children’s Centres Cuts -Meeting on Wednesday 13 December The County Council is looking to cut the Children’s Centres funding by 50% over two years; that’s a total cut of £5m/annum. However the Council are not calling it a cut they describe it as to “remodel the children’s centre offer”. They talk vaguely about children’s centres […]
4 December – the public sector pay debate in Westminster Hall.
The Chancellor may have ignored the public service pay cap in the budget last week, but UNISON’s Pay Up Now! campaign continues….
Norfolk Constabulary has announced plans to sack all of its 150 Police Community Support Officers and close 14 police stations and enquiry offices. Take action now to help stop this….
The government’s pay cap is cutting deep for public service workers Speaking at the TUC public sector pay rally in Westminster 17/10/17, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Today inflation hit its highest rate for five years, three times the level of pay rises. “The government’s pay cap is cutting deep – for care workers, hospital porters, […]
The government is now under real pressure to scrap the 1% cap on public sector wages and UNISON is leading the fight to get you the pay rise you deserve. More and more people are listening and supporting our Pay Up Now! campaign.
Norfolk Pension Fund has over £140 million invested, directly or indirectly, in the fossil fuel industry in companies such as BG Group, Royal Dutch Shell and Rio Tinto1.