NJC Pay Claim 2014/15

Please visit the UNISON National Website for up to date information: http://www.unison.org.uk/at-work/local-government/key-issues/local-government-pay/home/


LOCAL GOVERNMENT NJC PAY BALLOT - LOOK OUT FOR YOUR BALLOT PAPER - published 7 May 2014

The ballot opens on 23 May.

Ballot papers will be despatched to individual members at their home addresses.

We need every member to vote, and vote "YES".

The employers have made it very clear that their offer is final.  It will not be increased without real pressure on them.

You will be asked to vote "YES" on the basis that if the employers don't improve their offer, we will follow this up with further strike action.  The first strike day will be 10 July.

Please see attached for further details.

If you have any questions or are unsure how to vote, drop into one of our meetings.

pdfNJC Pay14 Vote YES for Strike Action

Pay Ballot Meeting Dates


Consultative Ballot Result - published 17 April 2014

The result of the Nottingham City UNISON Consultative Ballot is as follows:

Reject the Employers' offer : 157
Accept the Employers' offer : 35

Next steps

UNISON Regions will feed the results of branch ballots back to the local government service group and the NJC Committee will consider the responses when they meet on 24 April.

UNISON's NJC Committee will consider whether there is enough support to move to an official industrial action ballot of members, starting in May. It is crucial that we have a good response to the current informal consultation so that the UNISON NJC Committee's decision reflects the membership's views.

We will keep you up to date on the decision and next steps. It is also vital to carry on campaigning amongst MPs and local councillors to let them know what the meagre offer means for our members and to remind them that NJC pay will be an election issue.

Pay Petition – now online

The number of signatures to our "We need a decent pay rise" petition keeps rising. The petition is now online at http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/local-government-workers-need-a-decent-pay-rise.html

We want to get a huge number of our members and their families and friends to sign before we present signatures to David Cameron at 10 Downing Street. Send this link to as many members as possible and share on Facebook and Twitter.


NJC Pay Consultation Update - published 2 April 2014

NJC Pay Consultation - Employers Final OfferThe Local Government Association Employers have now made a final pay offer and full details can be found in our latest newsletter below. A copy of the draft 2014 pay scales are included, so you can see what the pay offer means to you.

April 2014 Newsletter


 NJC Pay Claim 2014/14

The Joint NJC Trade Union Side met on 15 October 2013 and unanimously agreed the NJC pay claim for 2014-15. The claim, which will be submitted early next week to the Local Government Employers, will be for: " A minimum increase of £1 an hour on scale point 5 to achieve the Living Wage and the same flat rate increase on all other scale points".

For further details click here NJC Pay 14 Bulletin No.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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