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Trade Unions recommend reject vote on revised local government pay offer

Local services throughout Scotland could be plunged into crisis after – UNISON, Unite and the GMB – wrote to COSLA

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Local Government

Letter to COSLA – UNISON recommends members reject pay offer

                UNISON, together with GMB and UNITE trade unions, have written to COSLA

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Press Release
Local Government News Press release

UNISON recommend members reject revised COSLA pay offer

UNISON will recommend that its local government members reject the latest revised pay offer from COSLA when they hold a

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Local Government News

COSLA President supports ONE team campaign

COSLA president, Councillor Alison Evison, has written to UNISON to support our ‘It’s ONE team’ campaign. She makes clear that

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Local Government

Letter from John Swinney in response to Education ‘It’s One Team’ campaign

This is a letter from Deputy First Minister John Swinney responding to the postcards and letters sent to him as

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Local Government

July Letter from Derek Mackay

This is to keep you up to date on the local government pay negotiations. This is a reply from Cabinet

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Local Government

June Letter to Derek Mackay about COSLA pay offer for local government workers

This is to keep you up to date on the local government pay negotiations. This is a joint trade union

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Local Government News

Thousands send message to Swinney on council pay

In the run up to schools breaking up for the summer thousands of members signed postcards to the Deputy First

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Local Government News

Local Government Pay Update – Briefing for members

Dear Member, UPDATE – Local Government Pay UNISON have been working hard to secure an improvement to the current pay

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Local Government News

Further letter to Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Constitution

This is to keep you up to date on the local government pay negotiations. This is a joint trade union

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