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Britain Deserves a Pay Rise – End The Pay Cap! 17 October 2017

UNISON branches across the country are supporting a demonstration and lobby of Parliament to end the 1% public sector pay cap on Tuesday  17th October 2017 from 17:30pm to 20:00pm.  We would like to encourage as many members to attend as possible. Branch officers are planning to attend. If you would like to support, email the branch and let us know and we can put you in touch with those officers attending.

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UNISON is also encouraging members to write to their local MP. A template letter has been drafted which can be used. Between 14:00pm and 16:00pm on 17th October, the TUC is  organising a lobby of MP’s. Members can ask to meet with their local MP to discuss the public sector pay cap and raise concerns.

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Branch AGM 2017

A big thank you to those members who attended our Branch AGM on 22nd March 2017


NJC Pay Consultation 2018/19

Branches are currently consulting members over the NJC pay claim for 2018/19. The proposed claim is a 5% increase on all NJC pay points and deletion of NJC pay points SCP 6-9.

In Bromley, the local authority withdrew from the NJC terms a couple of years ago. However we are aware that some employers, including some schools in the borough, are still under the NJC terms. If you are one of those members we would be keen to know your views on the claim. Please email responses by 5pm on Thursday 25th May 2017.


London Borough of Bromley Pay Offer 2017

UNISON Bromley Branch is currently consulting with LB Bromley employed members over the pay offer for 2017. A Summary of the offer and full details can be found below:

Bromley Pay Offer Summary 2017

LB Bromley Pay Claim 2017 Full Details

The branch would welcome your comments via email to contact@unisonbromley.co.uk

Please mark your email for the attention of Sally Tsoukaris, Regional Organiser, and send to the branch by 5th February 2017. Members can also give feedback directly to their employer. Full details contained in the summary document.