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Salford Unison
Salford City UNISON represents local government staff at Salford City Council and other public sector / privatised services in the city
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UNISON - the union Dec 13
We're proud to represent people employed in all areas of local government – from libraries to parks, from schools to housing, from youth workers to care workers and everyone in between! They work for our communities in difficult circumstances
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samuel barry Dec 13
You are very welcome and I would just like to thank all that participated from all through the ranks of all the way down. A special thank you to and of course to all the bin men. Most of all the residents. Thank you.
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Steven North Dec 10
Convenor & Salford Santa looking very proud (as he should) with a van full of gifts for Salford children. Well done to Sam and the lads on refuse 👏
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Salford Now Dec 6
. overturns a decision to end top-up payments to carers for sleep-in shifts in a major victory for Salford care workers
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Steven North Dec 4
Every years Skills for Strength is a fantastic event. We would encourage all activists to register. To do so, follow this link
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Salford Unison Dec 6
Solidarity with Santa!
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Steven North Dec 4
Council failing to collect millions of pounds in tax 'due to staff shortages' ⁦
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Salford Unison Dec 3
Congratulations indeed!
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salford star mag Nov 27
Salford City Council chaos as £millions lost in Business Rates and Council Tax...Service is 'on its knees' states union as staff in rebellion!
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Mayor Andy Burnham Dec 1
Today is . Greater Manchester leads the way in preventing HIV, challenging stigma and ignorance about HIV, & supporting people living with HIV. Tonight’s vigil will be commemoration, celebration and inspiration. Find out more👉
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MiddletonMo Nov 26
This shortage of social care workers is hardly surprising in a sector based on private providers or ‘charities’ who rip off their workers with poverty pay ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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UNISON - the union Nov 29
Low-paid women are not easy targets for budget cuts – "the contributions they make to our communities cannot be underestimated". Well said , and well fought by the dinner ladies & the TAs who showed such solidarity
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War on Want Nov 26
Privatisation & outsourcing driving a race to the bottom of poverty wages and insecure work... those who care for the most vulnerable in our society deserve better. It’s time to
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Acas South East Nov 26
New research shows that while nearly two thirds of employees feel their employer is doing enough to tackle ; only 36% would report it if they witnessed it at work.
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Salford Unison Nov 27
Some great comrades in ourbranch worked and working on this one.
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Steven North Nov 26
Within weeks of a decision by social care company Lifeways to end top-up payments for sleep-ins, & ensured that members in Salford won’t lose a penny. In fact some will now see wages increase.
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UNISON - the union Nov 26
BBC News - UNISON: 'Army' of council workers lost to cuts Losses of school support staff, library workers and youth workers 'similar to numbers lost in the coal industry in the 1980s’
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Matthew Dickinson Nov 23
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Salford Unison Nov 19
with our trans comrades
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Steven North Nov 19
has been negotiating a new proposed pay model with . We are consulting with staff until 30th November. If you work for the Council check out
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