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Vacant Post nominations open Following on from the Lincolnshire Health branch Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2019 there are a number of vacant branch officer posts. You can find a full list of these below. Where there is a contested election, candidates will be invited to submit a short statement, and an all member postal ballot […]
If you care about Public Services – Vote for them! Register to vote today, tomorrow will be too late. https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote Austerity economics is driven by the Conservative government in Westminster, but it has had an impact on every city, town and village in the UK. Across all of our communities services have been cut […]
Agonising Pain Clinic Dispute UNISON Members have been given no job descriptions, rotas and even bases to work from less than a month from being transferred to a private company. The pain clinic services which are currently being delivered by United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust (ULHT) are being TUPE transferred to Connect Health after Lincs West […]
UNISON representatives and colleagues representing other unions in LPFT met as a staff side in November to consider the draft new handbook on provisions for pay progression. The 2018 Framework Agreement on the reform of Agenda for Change introduced provisions for a new pay system with faster progression to the top of pay bands through […]
UNISON urged all employers to pay the £65 fee for their staff who are citizens of other EU countries and apply for ‘settled status’ to stay in the UK after Brexit on 29 March 2019. The UK government is rolling out a pilot on the settled status registration scheme this month, based on employment. On […]
It’s a quarter of a century since UNISON was born. It’s a quarter of a century since UNISON was born. The merger of COHSE, NALGO and NUPE created the UK’s public service union. The UK’s biggest and most accomplished union. In our anniversary year (beginning 1 July), we’ll be celebrating in various ways. At our […]
As some of you may have seen and heard, UNISON have been proactively speaking to members at Health Branches across Lincolnshire, specifically: Grantham, Pilgrim and Lincoln.