Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the recent GMB survey of ambulance service members. The results are in and the message is clear.
FBU & Judges claims regarding changes in pension arrangements
AMBULANCE SERVICE WORKERS - RETIREMENT AGE CAMPAIGN HAVE YOUR SAY - COMPLETE THE GMB UNION SURVEY TODAY!
The retirement age for operational ambulance workers now stands at 68 years of age. This could prove to have a detrimental impact on the long-term health of many of our members. Studies have shown that shift workers are more at risk of developing ill-health conditions.
DO YOU REGULARLY WORK OVERTIME?
IS THE OVERTIME INCLUDED IN THE CALCULATION OF WHAT YOU ARE PAID WHEN ON ANNUAL LEAVE?
GMB, your Union of choice in the NHS & Ambulance Service is committed to campaigning for:
In 2015 new Pension Schemes were introduced across the Public Sector. These schemes increased the retirement age. In order to protect members from sudden increases in their retirement age, those within 10 years of retirement were exempt from being transferred into the new schemes.
Please see below a response to our letter to the Department of Health regarding what we believe should be included in the NHS Violence Strategy.
Roster Review - As you know the trust engaged a company (ORH) to carry out a demand analysis for PES to ensure the correct level of resource was available since the introduction of ARP.
What is covered?
A) Contingent Medical Malpractice
AMBULANCE SERVICE WORKERS - RETIREMENT AGE CAMPAIGN
HAVE YOUR SAY - COMPLETE THE GMB SURVEY TODAY!