Today was a significant moment for all those who have fought for equal pay in Glasgow. You took historic strike action, you put equal pay for low-paid women on the national agenda and you won. Solidarity! ✊🎉 #GlasgowEqualPay
This case is further evidence of the dangers of London’s outsourced bus operators. As long as a London Bus Driver ‘Bill of Rights’ is not integrated into public transport policy we will continue to see these examples of negligence.Krissy O'hagan Transport for London
Great result today as Brent Council Cabinet made the decision to bring Wettons Cleaning Services contract back in-house. After 10 years of minimum wage and poor terms and conditions, our members can now look forward to decent pay and better working conditions.
A strike by GMB members working as Beefeaters and other staff for Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) at the Tower of London and Hampton Court Palace has been suspended after the employer presented a new offer regarding an ongoing pension dispute. HRP had planned to close Beefeaters’ final salary pension.
New concerns about road safety emerged today as dozens of people were revealed to have been hit by London buses at pedestrian crossings. There were at least 71 collisions at zebra and traffic light-controlled crossings between January 2016 and last November, according to figures provided by Mayor Sa.
After 10 years of minimum wage and poor terms and conditions under Wettons Cleaning Services our hard working members deserve better, bringing the service back in-house will correct this pay, inequality and improve working conditions.
G4S propose branch closures and redundancies following review of cash operations security 10 January 2019Download as PDF GMB concerned by G4S announcement on proposed branch closures and redundancies for staff working in cash operations The cash service business seems to be disappearing as more elec.
73 years ago today Nye Bevan met with the BMA to seek doctors support for the creation of the NHS. Two years later, despite pushing against a tide of cynicism and resistance, our National Health Service was born. Today lets remind ourselves of the hard fought struggle to create our NHS and let it reinvigorate our passion and determination to defend it.
“ Historic Royal Palaces decision to scrap the final salary pension isn't born out of necessity but out of opportunity as they see other employers doing the same thing without any scrutiny from government regarding future implications.” Michael Ainsley