Union and workplace bulletins

Lewisham Hospital Worker #53 — 18 March 2015

Read the latest edition of Lewisham Hospital Worker online. In this issue: More belt tightening to come, offer made in QEH dispute, help campaign against academies in Lewisham. Download here

Workers' Liberty bulletins for Unison conference

AWL bulletins for the Unison Local Government and National Delegate Conferences which take place from 15 June in Brighton. Local Government Conference bulletin National Delegate Conference bulletin

"No" to Agenda for Change (2004)

The Health Service Group Executive of the public-service workers' union Unison voted on 8 September to recommend "Yes" to Agenda for Change. The recommendation goes to a special conference of the health sector of Unison in London on 7 October. Agenda for Change is the government's proposal to restructure health-service pay. It would cut pay rates for a sizeable proportion of posts, and bring in longer working hours for a number of health service workers. Rank and file activists in the Unison health sector have issued a "vote no" leaflet under the banner of the paper Healthworker.

UNISON Labour Link forum bulletin: After the coronation, what next?

UNISON's Labour Link forum - the national conference of the section of UNISON affiliated to the Labour Party - meets in Manchester on July 6th and 7th 2007, only a few weeks after the Labour Link committee nominated Gordon Brown for Party leader despite him refusing to speak to the union about public sector pay. AWL supporters in UNISON have produced this bulletin to address the issues facing delegates to the conference, and to open up a wider debate in UNISON about the use of the Labour Link, and the approach UNISON activists should take to the Labour link.

Vote for a union that fights back

Supporters of Solidarity in the health service group of UNISON have produced this leaflet to promote four candidates in the current (2007) round of elections to the National Executive Committee: Kate Ahrens, Alison Brown, Paul Harper and Len Hockey are standing for the four health seats on the NEC. Please download and distribute this leaflet.

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