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Date: 13/12/21

FAO: ALL GMB MEMBERS WORKING IN LOCAL AUTHORITIES, COUNCILS, SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES ON NJC CONDITIONS

ENGLAND, WALES, & NORTHERN IRELAND

 

THANK YOU

Thank you to all GMB members for taking the time to vote in the recent Indicative Industrial Action Ballot. Your participation really matters.

Over 100,000 plus GMB members across Local Authorities, Councils, Schools and Academies in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland were included, so it going to take some time to collate all the results and determine next steps.

 

WHAT NEXT?

Your GMB regions will now be analysing all the results with their Local Government and School Trade Union Representatives to discuss what happens next.

In addition, your National Local Government and Schools Committees will meet in the New Year to discuss what steps we take in this pay campaign.

This could either mean continuing to seek further talks with the employers or moving to an Industrial Action Ballot campaign.

 

KEEP UP TO DATE

We put all Local Government, Councils, Schools and Academies Pay updates covered by the NJC on the GMB website, so please visit www.gmb.org.uk to find out the latest.

Also, keep any eye on the following link where regular updates will be posted GMB Workplace Noticeboards

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS

It’s been a tough year for so many people, especially for everyone who has worked so hard keeping the country’s public services going. GMB really appreciates your incredible efforts and we wish you and your families a safe festive period.

 

THREE WAYS TO MAKE WORK BETTER

Help build the union in your workplace.

  1. Update your details – every GMB member will get their vote make sure your details are up to date.
  1. Become a workplace organiser – step up to be your work colleagues voice in your workplace!
  1. Recruit a member  – Strength in numbers! The more people who join GMB, the stronger we can make your work better.

Posted: 15th December 2021

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