UNISON is asking for your views on the pay offer that has been put forward by COSLA which is a 9.5% cost of living increase over 3 years: 3.5% for 2018-19, 3% for 2019-20 and 3% for 2020-21. (see full details here) In addition it provides a commitment to fully consolidating the living wage, putting more money in… Continue Reading New year, new pay offer!
COSLA have today tabled an improved pay offer for local government workers, a move which has been welcomed by the trade union UNISON. The improved pay offer has come after months of campaigning and negotiations by UNISON and sister trade unions (GMB and Unite) and years of below inflation pay increases. The new offer would… Continue Reading UNISON welcomes improved pay offer for council workers
1. What am I voting on? We are asking for your views on the pay offer that has been put forward by COSLA. UNISON’s Scottish Local Government Committee are recommending that you reject that offer so we are also asking you to indicate your willingness to take industrial action up to and including strike action… Continue Reading Scottish Local Government Pay Ballot FAQs
On 12 January 2018 UNISON, along with the other Scottish Local Government trade unions, submitted a pay claim for a £1,500 flat rate increase to all spinal column points, or 6.5%, whichever is greater (based on a 37 hour working week). This claim includes an above inflation increase plus an element of restoration. You can… Continue Reading UNISON Survey on Local Government Pay Claim 2018/19
The pay deal is.. • Employees earning less than £35,000 a £350* increase (*pro rata based on 37 hours) • Employees earning more than £35,000 a 1 per cent increase. • Scottish Local Government Living Wage is the minimum pay for all pay and allowances including additional hours, contractual overtime and other allowances. It will… Continue Reading Pay deal 2017 announced