Thank you to all GMB members who used their vote in the recent consultative ballot as a part of the GMB NHS Pay campaign.
Some of you may have received a letter today from the interim chief executive, in which he outlines his beliefs regarding the current dispute.
As you know the GMB is in dispute with the employers over the legacy paramedic JE review and we are calling for all GMB members who carry out the role of paramedic to take strike action which will commence
We were invited to a meeting with the interim CEO and the chair of the Trust.
Most people’s jobs are valued in a particular way to determine what that person should earn or be paid. NHS employees are no different, however, NHS Paramedics are being treated somewhat differently by their employer North West Ambulance, because they
We have now notified the Trust of future dates of action which consists of three types explained below:
GMB Ambulance Trade Union members are forced to take industrial action, both Continuous and Discontinuous.
1. Continuous action short of a strike:
GMB - the Union for people working in all areas of the health service - are continuing our campaign for fair pay and secure terms in the NHS and we are consulting our members through a postal ballot to determine the strength of feeling and what action you may wish to take after 87% of members rejected the employers offer.
The GMB negotiating team met with ASDA management on Monday 23rd July 2018.
Progress has been made in recent negotiations, however, GMB rejected the offers below because they fall short of the current rate of inflation (3.4 %) and average pay increases in the private sector.
Some of The GMB workplace representatives from the GMW1 Branch donned the Emily Pankhurst T-shirts to commemorate 100 years of Women having the right to vote. We have come along way over the years but still have further ground to cover.