Workers at Scottish Water have accepted an 8% pay rise. The increase will also be applied to all overtime, call out and standby rates worked since April 2023. There will be a […]
Around 40 trade union members of Unite including able seamen, base assistants, cooks and technicians have accepted by 100 per cent a wage offer from the NLB on a 98 per cent […]
Most schools in Orkney were closed for three days, 26th, 27th and 28th of September as non teaching school staff, members of the trade union UNISON took industrial action after rejecting the latest pay offer from Local Authority organisation COSLA.
Non-teaching staff (office, catering, auxiliary, janitorial, early years, cleaning) who are absolutely critical to the smooth running of the school will walk out for three days aiming to achieve a fair pay settlement for all staff working at OIC and across Local Government in Scotland.
It looks like School strikes will go ahead on 26, 27 and 28 September.
Workers in Education and early years services across 10 councils in Scotland have voted for industrial action.
Around 40 Unite members including able seamen, base assistants, cooks and technicians will take 24-hour strike action beginning at noon today, Thursday 27 July. The action ends the following day at noon. The latest strike action follows a previous 24-hour stoppage over 26 to 27 June.
The Scottish Government has reached agreement with the British Medical Association (BMA) of a 12.4% pay increase for junior doctors and doctors in training for 2023/24.
Members of the Prospect trade union working in Fire and Security for Highlands and Islands Airport Limited have voted to accept a revised pay deal for 2022-23 which will end the current dispute
“COSLA Leaders are clear that it is in all of our interests, not least those of children, young people and families, to conclude the teachers’ pay negotiations as quickly as we can to bring back stability and certainty in our schools.” COSLA’s Resources Spokesperson, Councillor Katie Hagmann