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Busting the myths around Glasgow equal pay strikes

Thousands of Glasgow’s women took to the streets of Glasgow in the largest dispute of its kind since the Equal

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Pay deal for Scotland’s college support staff

Thousands of support workers across Scotland’s 26 colleges will benefit from a new pay deal struck by UNISON, Unite and

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Thousands of Glasgow’s women march for equal pay

Thousands of Glasgow’s women took to the streets today (Tuesday) to demand Glasgow City Council resolve the long-standing pay injustice.

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Glasgow Equal Pay Strike – 23 and 24 October

Glasgow’s women will march from Glasgow Green to George Square tomorrow (23 October) as they start a two-day strike in

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Glasgow Equal Pay Strike March and Rally – Media Calling Notice

Glasgow equal pay strike – March and rally, 23 October PHOTO / INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY Thousands of low-paid women in Glasgow

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Glasgow Equal Pay Strike – Message from Dave Prentis

On behalf of our whole union and our 1.3 million members, I want to share our solidarity with Glasgow City

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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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Strike threat withdrawn in East Dunbartonshire Council and Leisure & Culture Trust

UNISON and UNITE trade unions have today (Monday) withdrawn planned strike action in East Dunbartonshire following crunch talks last week

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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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UNISON says monitoring of home care services by Scotland’s councils still not good enough

More than a year on since new guidance was introduced on social care procurement there has been little or no

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