unite - 5 Items Tagged Within News

Support for striking workers declared by 600 Labour councillors
Amid a wave of strikes over pay and increasing talk of coordinated industrial action this autumn, the councillors signed an open letter saying they offered “full solidarity and support” to the Rail, Maritime and Transport workers’ union (RMT), the Communication...
Region: National
Tagged with: rmt, cwt, unite, Labour Party, councillors, national rail dispute,
North Sea collective bargaining
The establishment of a ground breaking new collective agreement for thousands of engineering and maintenance workers in the North Sea has gained the support of industry. A total of 13 major contractors from the offshore energy sector supply chain have confirmed...
Region: National
Tagged with: Offshore Energy, North Sea, OILC, RMT, GMB, Unite, Collective Bargaining
New collective bargaining structure for North Sea workers a step closer
RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said; “The news that 15 major employers have committed to work with the unions in the establishment of a framework for collective bargaining in the offshore energy sector is extremely encouraging. The collaborative working of the...
Region: Scotland
Tagged with: Offshore Energy Sector, Collective Agreement, North Sea, RMT, GMB, Unite
Wood Group: Joint Statement
“Wood Group and the Unite and RMT unions have held two full days of constructive discussions which will continue next week. “These talks, which are allowing all parties to bring ideas to the table, involved union officials, offshore shop stewards...
Region: Scotland
Tagged with: wood group, shell, rmt, unite
Transport for London staff to strike on Friday
Members have been instructed not to book on for any shifts that commence between:- •    05.59 hours Friday 13th June 2014 and 05.58 hours Saturday 14th June 2014. The action is in protest at TFL’s plans to impose their “Pay for Performance” proposals Over...
Region: South East and Anglia
Tagged with: transport for london, tfl, rmt, tssa, unite, pay for performance