Unison wage demands
- Raise minimum wage to keep low earners out of poverty, says Unison. // Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);10/4/2011, Vol. 111 Issue 4279, p10
The article reports on the efforts being done by Unison, a public services union in Great Britain, in October 2011 to demand an increase in the National Minimum Wage (NMW) by 2012.
- The Six Dollar Man. Zaenker, Anita // Canadian Dimension;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p34
Focuses on the six dollars wage reduction per hour for entry-level employees in British Columbia. Announcement of the entry wage reduction by the provincial government; Reactions of unions and organizations to the reduction; Comment of Summer McFadyen, chairperson of the British Columbia...
- Unison to organise power of ULRs at London event. // Workplace Learning & Skills Bulletin;9/21/2015, Issue 155, p3
The article discusses the scheduled meeting on October 7-8, 2015 of Unison union learning representatives in London, England to talk about several initiatives and organise their power.
- Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg bringt Durchbruch. Mathias, Vogel // Lebensmittel Zeitung;12/6/2013, Issue 49, p1
The article discusses the minimum wage negotiations in Germany in 2013, German labor union Verdi, and German Trade Union Handelsverband Deutschland (HDE).
- Battle brewing to hike Arizona minimum wage. Sunnucks, Mike // Inside Tucson Business;9/26/2005, Vol. 15 Issue 15, p3
Reports on the proposal of Unions and political group to increase the minimum wage in Arizona. Establishment of a state minimum wage law above the current federal rate per hour baseline; Opposition of the business group in the state for the proposed wage increase; Collection of voters signature...
- Council faces legal challenge over cuts. // Community Care;4/18/2002, Issue 1418, p15
Reveals that Oxfordshire Council may face a legal challenge from public sector union Unison over its decision to vote for a package of cuts affecting vulnerable people on the England county. Potential grounds for a legal challenge; Components of the proposed cuts.
- Threat of Scots strikes recedes. // Public Finance;12/15/2000-01/04/2001, p13
Reports the decline of the industrial actions of the Unison labor union in Scotland. Demand of Unison for an increase in salary; Fraction of the Scottish councils affected by staff walkouts; Decision of the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities to offer a 6.1 percent salary increase for two...
- Unison delegates vote to go on strike. Day, Karen // Public Finance;06/21/2002, p8
Reports that Unison is preparing for a national industrial action after its members voted in favor on a campaign against privatization in Great Britain in 2002. Details on what the Unison members demand; Discussion on the motion passed by the conference; Remarks Unison general secretary Dave...
- Unison loses appeal on tribunal fees. // Employers Law;Mar2014, p4
The article reports on the failure of a bid by trade union Unison to invalidate the introduction of tribunal fees after High Court judges ruled insufficiency of evidence suggesting the unfairness of the fees.