The London Ambulance Service NHS Trust has announced that it will transition 1,350 ambulance crew members and trainees from pay band four into pay band five, following a re-evaluation of job descriptions. Under the NHS’ Agenda for Change terms and conditions of service, employees in the fourth pay.
We have welcomed the decision of London Ambulance Service NHS Trust to transition all current and trainee Emergency Ambulance Crew members to a band 5 salary. This is a step in the right direction to properly reflect the skills and dedication that these heroes bring to the job!
Tomorrow we will be sending a loud and clear message to Asda; respect your workers. The pressure colleagues have been put under to sign contract 6 is no way to treat long serving, hard-working employees. It's just not good enough! #Asda
Self employed drivers at Yodel are being forced to sign new contracts chaining them to the company for 28 days or threatened with no further work. Yodel should be taking the lead but instead they are profiting from workers who have no voice. Support? Share 👇
There are over 190K housing benefit recipients in the private rented sector in London, costing the UK government over £2 billion a year It’s time for a shift away from housing benefits & start providing housing at affordable rents for lower paid households Details 👇
A new report by London Fire Brigade says that of the 57 school fires across London in the past year, not one of the schools was fitted with a sprinkler We are asking members to contact their local MPs and demand action on sprinklers in schools Support? Share 👇
Asda is a multi-billion pound, highly profitable company - it can afford to treat staff better than this. We're calling on the company to come back to the negotiating table and give this dedicated workforce a fair deal
We're staging a mass protest on Wednesday 14 August to send a loud and clear message to Asda; respect your workers. The pressure colleagues have been put under to sign contract 6 is no way to treat long serving, hard-working employees. It's just not good enough! #ASDA
We are delighted at the news that King George Hospital's A&E department will remain a Type 1 facility 😀 This means it will continue as a 24/7 emergency care unit with full resuscitation services and rooms for patients.🏥