Birmingham Unison now has a vacancy for a Welfare Officer. This is an important role , giving welfare advice to members . The closing date is April 26th. If you are interested , contact the Branch office for a nomination form. Each nomination must have two members as nominees to second you. You must also […]
Please see the April 2019 Birmingham Branch Newsletter
Our membership officer Martin Carroll will be out and about visiting the following places with our Unison stall. Come along and visit, to join, learn more about what Unison can do for you or discuss work matters, which we may be able to help you with. Please see upcoming UNISON stall Dates. (10.30-2pm) Lifford House […]
Calling Notice Birmingham Branch Disabled Members’ meeting Date: Monday March 11th Venue: UNISON Birmingham Branch 19th Floor McLaren Building Priory Queensway Time: 17.30-19.30 UNISON Disabled Members are welcome to attend the above meeting. If you have any specific access requirements please contact: Philippa Hands: 464 1048 or […]
Dear Member We are inviting you to attend the UNISON Birmingham Branch’s Annual General Meeting. The meeting is to take place on Tuesday 5th March at 5.30pm at the UNISON branch office, 19th Floor, McLaren Building, 46 The Priory Queensway, Birmingham B4 7LR. The agenda will be as follows: Branch Officer Reports Directorate Officer Reports Branch […]
Birmingham City Council job loss stories appeared in the local media yesterday (25/02/19). The figure at the moment is 1,095 jobs to go. The jobs to go have not yet been identified but the losses will happen over the next financial year. There has recently been a VR trawl but very few people have […]
Once again there will be a march and strike rally to defend the Homecare service. It’s this Saturday 15th September 12 noon in Victoria Square, Birmingham. The Council want to make cuts to the service and change working conditions for Home carers, which may see workers losing £11,000 a year, all this whilst they pay external […]
It’s a quarter of a century since UNISON was born. The merger of COHSE, NALGO and NUPE created the UK’s public service union. The UK’s biggest and most accomplished union.