24 November 2021
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ASDA EQUAL PAY UPDATE FOR GMB UNION MEMBERS NOV 2021

Asda Equal Pay Claim GMB trade union

Next step in the equal pay claim was due to start on 29th November

Update on the Equal Pay claim at Asda for GMB trade union members

Dear GMB members,

As we have previously updated you, the next step in the equal pay claim was due to start on 29th November, with an 'equal value' hearing in Manchester.



24 November 2021
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18 November 2021
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NHS PAY BALLOT WEBINAR FOR GMB UNION MEMBERS

GMB union members webinar NHS Pay Ballot

If you have not received your ballot paper by 8th December 2021, please contact 0151 203 0189

GMB Union webinar on NHS Pay Ballot for trade union members

We will be holding a webinar to discuss the ongoing Industrial Action Ballot and would like you to attend.

The webinars are open to both GMB Members and Non-Union members, so feel free to share the two links below with colleagues.

The two webinars will be held at different times on the same day so please attend the one that is convenient for you.

The webinars will be held on Monday 22nd November at 8am - 9am and 7pm - 8pm.



16 November 2021
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12 November 2021
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FESTIVE WORKING UPDATE FOR GMB MEMBERS AT ASDA

Festive working update for GMB members at Asda

Colleagues working the Festive Bank Holidays will receive double time

Update for all GMB members as Asda,

Whilst many of you will already be aware, I wanted to ensure you had sight of the festive working arrangements, as confirmed by Asda:

"Our Christmas store opening hours are available on the seasonal planning site on OneAsda. Colleagues can enter their store numbers onto the site and it will give them their specific opening hours.

Key Points:



1 November 2021
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GMB UNION INDICATIVE INDUSTRIAL ACTION BALLOT VOTE YES

Vote yes for strike action say GMB union

Vote and vote YES for Strike Action/Action Short of a Strike

Vote Yes, GMB union indicative industrial action ballot

GMB trade union members working across councils, local authorities and schools recently voted to reject the pay cuts being proposed by local government employers.

For every four GMB union members who voted, three rejected the employers 1.75% pay offer for 2021/22.



21 October 2021
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GMB UNION NATIONAL OFFICER SENDS LETTER TO NEW ASDA OWNERS CONCERNED ABOUT DEBT

GMB union concernb for ASDA debt

GMB union letter to new ASDA owners, debt concern by National rep Nadine Houghton

Dear GMB members,

I wanted to share with you a letter that I am today sending to Asda's owners - the Issa brothers. The GMB is concerned that saddling Asda with more debt could prove detrimental to our members jobs and conditions. We are seeking an urgent meeting with the Issa brothers to discuss this - and the sale and leaseback of the distribution centres.



20 October 2021
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GMB UNION LODGES OFFICIAL PAY DISPUTE WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYERS TO STOP PAY CUT

Stop the Pay Cut union opens pay dispute with government

1.75% offer is wholly inadequate and with energy bills skyrocketing, shopping bills going up, and inflation high and rising

STOP PAY CUTS. GMB UNION lodges pay dispute with local government

GMB union met with Local Government Employers on Wednesday 13 October 2021. We communicated the clear strength of feeling among local government, council and school workers about how disappointed and angry people are and why members have rejected the plans for pay cuts.



7 October 2021
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GMB UNION MEMBERS REJECT NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL PAY OFFER

GMB union members reject NJC Pay Offer

GMB union Members have voted to reject the 1.75% pay offer set out by the NJC employers.

GMB trade union members across Local Government, Councils and Schools have been having their say on pay and the results are in! Three quarters of GMB union members balloted (75%) have voted to reject the pay offer.

GMB union Members have voted to reject the 1.75% pay offer set out by the NJC employers.



29 September 2021
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CORONAVIRUS APPEARS TO BE LESS DEADLY THREAT HOWEVER IT HAS NOT GONE AWAY

GMB union warn Corona Virus has not gone away

''We have been delighted but overstretched by the continuing demand for this training as members step up to become the backbone of this great union.''

GMB union Health & Safety officer Paul Holleran warns that the Coronavirus appears less of a deadly threat, however it has not gone away.

The Coronavirus now appears to be much less of a deadly threat thanks to the vaccination rollout. However it hasn’t gone away and people should not return to behaving as though it has.

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