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UNISON Northern Health Branch welcomes Trust decision to review their position in respect of non-clinical office cleaning.

"We accepted the result of the referendum as the will of the people. In the nearly three years since we have sought to find a way through that respects that unprecedented vote while protecting public services, jobs, wages, the economy and – crucially – peace in Northern Ireland." Dave Prentis, General Secretary of UNISON, writes for the New Statesman.

The NJC Pay Award scales for 2018 - 2020 have been published.

 

UNISON calls for genuine engagement on the future of stroke services

The NI Committee of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions is repeating its call for the Secretary of State to  take firm action and restore some accountability to Senior Civil Servants making important decisions affecting everyone in Northern Ireland.

A free shuttle bus service is launching next week for staff working in the Ulster Hospital.

UNISON Northern Health Branch demand that the decision to reduce office cleaning in non-clinical areas is overturned in Northern Health and Social Care Trust.

Stewards need to make sure employers are paying the proper amounts when the new wage rates come into force on 1 April.

The time is now, women rise up! UNISON NI saw its biggest turnout for the 2019 International Women’s Day rally on Saturday 9th March.

On the eve of International Women’s Day, 150 women trade unionists from North and South gathered in Newcastle, County Down to mark the day.

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