Branch sponsored events

29
Jun
UNISON Regional Office, Brighton
This course is aimed at reps who negotiate on behalf of the branch.

05
Jul
Southampton City College
This course is aimed at UNISON representatives who are involved in negotiations.

11
Jul
UNISON Regional Office, Guildford
This course is aimed as a taster one day workshop aimed at newly elected/appointed Steward.

19
Aug
HAYLING ISLAND COACH TRIP
Coach Trip to Hayling Island on 19/08/17, Leaving from JR Hospital Bus Stops at 08:00am

Latest news from Oxon Health Branch

Unison response to Oxfordshire NHS bed and staffing crisis
11 May 2017 15:11

This Saturday health camapigners and trade unions will be marching in Oxford to demand the governmen [ ... ]

Latest news from national UNISON

 

Oxford march to defend the NHS

1 pm Saturday May 13

Assemble Manzil Way green, East Oxford, OX4 1YH

  • Stop the STP cuts to local general, community and mental health services
  • Stop handing NHS services over to fat cats to be run for profit at the expense of patients
  • Stop driving essential staff out of the NHS with attacks on pay and conditions
  • Defend free healthcare for all

called by Unison Oxfordshire Health branch.  Supported by Oxford Keep Our NHS Public

 

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Accident Benefit

The accident must happen in the course of the member’s employment, or whilst travelling to or from work or upon Union business.

£3.60 per day, £18.00 per week maximum during the whole period in which the member is unable to work by reason of the accident up to a maximum of 30 days or £108.00 in any calendar year.

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Completed years of continued membership

Under 5 years

£110

Over 5 and less than 15

£220

Over 15 and less than 25

£330

Over 25

£440

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The fatal accident must happen in the course of the member’s employment, or whilst travelling to or from work or upon Union business and the member must be survived by a partner, or at least one dependant.

Completed years of continued membership

Under 5 years

£1,925

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£3,850

Over 15 and less than 25

£5,775

Over 25

£7,700