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GMB UNION
Campaigning trade union representing over 600,000 workers in the public & private sectors. Members can get help on info@gmb.org.uk or UNIONLINE on 0300 333 0303
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GMB Scotland 14h
After a hard-fought campaign by Glasgow’s working women, yesterday saw the news that we’ve reached an agreement on equal pay. Shona spoke to & it sounds like they’re planning a serious celebration! Justice that has been denied and delayed will now be delivered. ✊🏻
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GMB UNION 11h
Homecare worker and Branch Secretary, Shona Thomson, talks to on the Glasgow equal pay victory. Listen here 👇🔊
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GMB UNION 14h
💬 "Now we're feeling valued. We feel worth something. The feelings have been undescribable" Shona Thomson, a homecare worker for 18 years and Branch Secretary spoke to this morning
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GMB UNION 15h
“Not only have the Government failed to address the vacancies within the NHS, they are failing to address the reasons why loyal staff are leaving.”
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GMB UNION 16h
💬 “This has been hard won and wouldn’t have happened if the claimants hadn’t taken decisive action last October.”
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Jess Phillips 16h
Listening to the Glasgow campaigners on has given me a spring in my step this morning. Keep speaking up people. Bravo to the women, to and the brilliant lawyers like who never give up.
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BBC Woman's Hour 17h
On now: Twelve years ago women who work as carers, cleaners and caterers for Glasgow City Council began an equal pay claim. They’ve just won their case. We hear reaction from Shona Thomson - home carer and Branch Secretary
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GMB UNION 18h
🌨️❄ Bad weather causing you issues? Snow your rights with our free, quick and easy legal briefing on what to do if you're stuck at home: 👉
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GMB UNION Jan 17
Today was a significant moment for all those who have fought for equal pay in Glasgow. You took historic strike action, you put equal pay for low-paid women on the national agenda and you won. Solidarity! ✊🎉
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Glasgow GMB Jan 17
🎊🎉Equal Pay Update: Agreement Reached 🎉🎊 -
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GMB UNION Jan 17
“What is important now is that the claimants and their families can have confidence in this agreement” |
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ShowRacismtheRedCard Jan 17
A big thank you to and the for sponsoring the the January page of 2019 calendar 👏 + for their continued support of Show Racism the Red Card 🔴
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GMB UNION Jan 17
❄️ SNOW YOUR RIGHTS ❄️ With more freezing temperatures on the way, don't get caught out. Here's what you need to know if you think you might struggle to get to work >>
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GMB UNION Jan 17
The Hitachi announcement, coming so soon after the Moorside fiasco, raises the very real prospect of a UK energy crisis >>
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Neil Foster Jan 17
.’s Justin Bowden on the growing UK energy crisis: "While the government has had its head up its proverbial backside over Brexit, vital matters like guaranteeing the country's future energy supply appear to have gone by the wayside."
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GMB Sisters - London Jan 16
After our successful Sisters meeting we then celebrated with our founders birthday.
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London Young Labour 🌹 Jan 16
💓 🍰 Happy 164th, Eleanor Marx, from the GMB and London Young Labour!!! 🍰 💓
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GMB UNION Jan 16
Replying to @SLushCCool
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GMB UNION Jan 16
Tonight MPs are holding a no confidence motion on May's shambolic Government. We back this . It's time to put it to the people 👇🗳️
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GMB UNION Jan 16
"In a time when women were not allowed to vote, Eleanor proved that women can have their own voice, organise workers and be a force for change." |
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