Day of Action 30th November 2011

London Ambulance UNISON Day of Action 30th November 2011 28th November 2011 To all UNISON members, This is the final instructions concerning plans for the Day of Action on Wednesday 30th November 2011. This is sent on behalf of LAS UNISON Industrial Action Committee (IAC).


Protocol for Industrial Action 30th November 2011

PROTOCOL FOR INDUSTRIAL ACTION 30th NOVEMBER 2011 Partnership arrangements in London are long standing, strong and built on the principles of good formal and informal working relations. The London NHS Partnership is built on trust and shared responsibility, while respecting difference.



Day of Action, 30th November 2011 UNISON members will be taking action on 30th November to defend their pensions after they voted overwhelmingly to join the TUC co-ordinated day of action.

Pensions Dispute FAQ’s – What’s happening, What does it mean?

What’s happening? What does it mean? Why are we striking?     Why are we striking? What stage are negotiations at? The negotiations are still under way and we don’t know the final proposals or exact changes yet, so why strike now? What are the specific changes ministers are proposing? What’s happening in Scotland? What exactly will the pension changes mean to me (as an individual)? Will the strike make…


NMC backs down after UNISON’s legal challenge warning

UNISON today welcomed the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) statement backing down from its previous threat to Nurses and Midwives, warning them against taking industrial action. UNISON had said that legal proceedings would be issued against the NMC in the High Court today, unless they retracted the threat. The NMC has now issued a clarification, making it clear that nurses and midwives may take strike action and this would not…

Pensions Dispute – Vote YES – Busting the myths

UNISON will be sending ballot papers out to all members on Tuesday 11 October. The ballot will close on the 3 November and the day of action has been planned for the 30 November 2011. Take action now We need everyone to take action in the campaign to protect our pensions – whatever time you have, whether it’s five minutes, ten minutes, half an hour or more. It all helps.

NHS Pensions – What do the proposals mean to you?

UNISON has produced a “ready reckoner” to help you understand what the proposals for increased contributions to the NHS Pension Scheme would mean to your annual pay.


Public sector pension talks jeopardised by naïve playground tactics

UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, today rounded on Government ministers for putting public sector pension talks in “jeopardy” by their ”naïve tactics” and apparent lack of negotiating skills. And called on them to abandon the playground games and get serious.

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