Loss of a Much Loved Paramedic & Former UNISON rep Yesterday

Such sad news yesterday to hear about our wonderful and much loved colleague Ben Woodhart, who died suddenly and unexpectedly at home. Paramedic, Clinical Researcher, Mentor and former UNISON Rep, Ben was always so positive and passionate about the service and the job. His enthusiasm couldn’t help but rub off onto the rest of us. […]

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LAS UNISON wins award for securing qualifications for staff

London Ambulance Service UNISON has won an award at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) annual Excellence Awards for the work they have done on helping members secure the qualifications they need to apply for the service apprenticeship courses. UNISON have worked hard to support those staff who want to undergo […]

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Annual Leave proposal

The LAS management have written to us to propose a change in the annual leave arrangements for operational staff.  Although we have had some discussion with the service to explore these arrangements over quite a protracted timeframe, it was disappointing to us to have received a formal proposal at 1650 on a Friday evening.  Nevertheless, […]

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Family Fun Day

LAS UNISON is proud to support the LAS Family Fun Day on Saturday 20 October 2018,12 – 5pm. We will be in attendance on the day. Come and find us and join UNISON or if you are already a member find out how you can get more involved with your union. Maybe becoming a representative […]

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Operational Management Restructure

Our Branch Chair has today attended the launch on the Operational Management Restructure. We will take some time to assess the accompanied consultation document and will respond in due course when we understand the implications to our members affected. Please contact your local rep if you are affected by these changes or have any questions.  

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NHS staff survey shows nothing has been done to support workers

Commenting on the latest NHS staff survey published last Tuesday by NHS England UNISON head of health Christina McAnea said: “It is clear that nothing has been done in the last 12 months to ease the pain of health workers. The NHS staff survey is a key tool for reviewing and improving the staff experience and so providing […]

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