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Tue 14th March 2017, 12.00 – 2.00pm TMG-78, Tower Building Holloway Road London N7 8DB Time off agreed and reimbursed travel costs from City campus. Members are entitled to reasonable time off including reasonable travel time each way (services permitting) – this applies only if you are directly employed by the University.
On Thursday, October 20, at around 6.50pm a motorcyclist, Richard Burton, crashed into the central reservation on the M4 westbound carriageway close to the junction 6 exit, on his way home from work. Richard was known to be a careful driver and there were no reported potholes or debris in the road which would cause […]
Rising bills and stagnating wages are driving down the standard of living at an alarming rate. On one hand we have energy companies playing games with politicians while vulnerable people literally freeze to death, and on the other, greedy bankers and payday loan sharks waiting to plunge us deeper into debt. If you’re a UNISON […]
Every year London Met UNISON organises a summer social which is usually a trip to the seaside. Seaside towns we have visited over the past few years have included: Whitstable Margate Southend Hastings Having exhausted most local seaside towns, this year our social is being held in the Tollington Arms on Honsey Road. Further details will […]
Pay austerity is a choice being made by universities – not a necessity. There is money, but it is only being made available for some. UNISON believes it should be available for all. Your UNISON branch is recommending to reject the 1.1% pay offer and commit to an escalating industrial action to seek an improved […]
Dear John, Thank you for sending your update to staff regarding the current S188 consultation. UNISON along side the UCU and many, if not all, non union staff members feel you could be doing more to make this process far fairer and ensure this project has a greater chance of success by applying three things […]
The Branch held its Annual General Meeting on 29th March 2016. The AGM began with the screening of a short video about the demonstrations against the Government’s policy of forced academisation of all schools, with an emphasis on solidarity between reforms in education and the then on-going junior doctors’ dispute. The meeting was then formally […]