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Outsourcing Sucks! UNITE WIN!

Cambridge University brings maintenance back in-house! Staff at Cambridge got this email: After a period of extensive review, the University is moving to a revised model for repairs and maintenance. This will see the service managed by the University’s Estates Division working with directly contracted maintenance suppliers, many of which are specialist local companies already […]

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Murphy 4, UNITE WIN! Victory For Workers!

Long-running dispute ends in vindication for dismissed Murphy workers. Long Running. Following a long-running driven battle to defend our members and rep, using Unite Leverage, Unite is delighted to announce a win for the Murphy 4. More Here. Settled. Unite can confirm that the dispute, following the dismissal of four Unite members by MIL (an […]

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Leicester city council scraps workplace parking levy after Unite campaign

Leicester city council’s plans to introduce a workplace parking levy have been dropped following a campaign by Unite, the UK’s leading union. The levy would have resulted in businesses with 10 or more employees being charged £550 a year for each parking space.  Unite argued that costs would most likely be passed onto already hard-pressed […]

Pay Unite Win!


Some recent pay dispute wins, if we fight we can win! Lancashire bus strikes called off after drivers accept improved pay offer The threat of strike action involving bus drivers employed by Stagecoach in south Lancashire has ended after members of Unite, the UK’s leading union accepted a vastly improved pay offer./news-events/news/2021/october/lancashire-bus-strikes-called-off-after-drivers-accept-improved-pay-offer/ Strike fears on […]

Front Page News Unite Win!

Stagecoach, workers win! Top Bus News! About 400 workers at Cambus – Stagecoach’s Cambridge division – who have not had a pay rise since April 2019, have voted for a new pay package which sees increases of between 7.4 and 12.2 per cent over an 18 month period, Unite the union said today (Friday 28 January).  Unite […]

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UNION WIN! Pleased to announce we've worked with @unisontheunion, @unitetheunion & @lshtmUCU to bring our outsourced cleaning & security staff in-house. We want LSHTM to be a great place to work & study for all. Thank you to everyone who helped us reach this decision. 🙏 — London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine […]

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Unite East Mids Win!

Unite Regional Officer Andy Shaw tells us how strike action over a pay dispute was averted at the last minute at Toray Textiles Europe Ltd, in Forest Town, Mansfield. #UniteWin — Unite East Midlands (@UniteEastMids) February 25, 2021

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Progression And Reward Scheme Is Back!

STOP PRESS NEWS! This just in! PROGRESSION AND REWARD IS BACK! According to the Reporter, University Council has decided to approve the re-introduction of all reward and progression schemes for the academic year 2021/22. The Council has kept the pay restraint measures under review. It has now approved the re‑introduction of all rewardand progression schemes for […]

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Lateral Flow Tests

LATEST NEWS! After high level discussions, with the central university, UNITE is recommending that members that wish to take part in lateral flow testing request a kit from their managers. Let your workplace rep know if you have any trouble. It is notable that the latest Government guidelines say: The government has also worked closely […]

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Promotion and Contribution Reward Schemes

University Statement. Promotion and Contribution Reward SchemesMembers of staff will be aware that the University took the difficult decision to suspend all staff promotion and contribution reward schemes for this academic year, with one exception. The University Council will be asked at its next meeting to confirm that all such schemes will run as normal […]