With reductions in funding from the Scottish Government expected Moray Council has announced a range of budget options to produce savings. Staff who could potentially be affected are currently being informed and consultation
Earlier this year COSLA offered a pay deal giving just 1.5% over 3 years to Scottish Local Government Employees. In a consultative ballot UNISON members rejected this overwhelmingly. We appreciate that finances are difficult,
On 4 September UNISON Scotland will be holding a conference in Glasgow to bring together trade unionists and community groups in developing a campaign against the current attack on public spending. Moray, like other areas across Scotland and the UK is already feeling the impact of devastating cuts, but we do not stand in isolation, and must use a coordinated approach to campaign for an alternative way, removing waste where it is present, but defending the public services that our members provide, and we all rely on. Please pass on comments or suggestions you may have to the Branch Office on 01343 563170, or firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can represent the views of members in Moray.
Overwhelming rejection of local government pay offer
UNISON Scotland today announced the result of a consultative pay ballot of its local government members. A total of 80% voted to reject
By now all Moray Council employees should have received a consultative ballot on the employers pay offer for 2010-2013. With inflation running at 5% and a total