GMB union is clear. Public sector workers and the people of our country deserve better. It's time to make work better.
Local Government Pay 2022/23
This NJC pay claim for 2022/23 is made by the Joint Trade Union Side (UNISON, GMB, and UNITE) to the Local Government Association.
After GMB campaigning for a pay rise to help colleagues with the cost of living crisis, pay has been raised to £10.10ph from 1st July
Asda Colleagues across the country have been complaining about the impact wage errors have been having on their lives.
A survey for GMB union members to have your say on NJC pay claim is available online until 20 May 2022.
Holiday update for GMB union members at ASDA.
Q: Is there a maximum number of days that I am allowed to carry over?
A: We're delighted to confirm that there is no cap on the number of holidays you are allowed to carry over into the 2022/23holiday year and that includes lieu hours in ALS.
Q: Can I cancel holiday I have already booked in this holiday year (2021/22) and carry it forward into next year's holiday (2022/23)?
For the moment we will not be making any changes to our sick pay policy and we would advise colleagues who test positive to follow the guidance to remain at home for five days to help protect others.
Following changes to government guidance in England as part of the move to the Living with Covid Plan. I wanted to confirm our approach to pay that will apply to all our sites within the UK.
Dear NEF, REOs, regional strand leads, National Officers;
The brand new GMB Trans and Non-binary toolkit is now live to mark Trans Day of Visibility! Find it at https://www.gmb.org.uk/trans-non-binary-equality-work-toolkit.
It is gangster capitalism and if employers continue to get away with it then we are heading towards chaos and fear across all sectors of our society at work
The decision by Dubai based owners of P&O Ferries to illegally sack 800 seafarers needs to become a battle that the rogue employer will never recover from.
The GMB union North West and Irish Region’s Womens Network group celebrated International Womens Day today, by holding an event for female activists at the GMB trade union regional offices in Liverpool..
The theme of IWD this year is #BreakTheBias and we were joined by Ije McDougall, Founder of The Kairos Initiative, a Magistrate and a HR/Employment Law Expert.