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Apr 26, 2017

Please find attached a breakdown by branch of Personal Injury Settlements for March 2017. The breakdown shows the amount of money which UNISON recovered for members in Personal Injury Claim Settlements. In the Region members received £194,460 in compensation for personal injuries.

 

WEST MIDLANDS REGION - MARCH 2017

BRANCH

AMOUNT (£)

BIRMINGHAM HEALTHCARE 

4,465

COVENTRY & ST CROSS HOSPITALS 

4,110

DUDLEY GENERAL UNISON 

4,000

HEART OF ENGLAND NHS FOUNDATION TRUST 

12,894

LICHFIELD UNISON 

8,000

ROYAL SHROPSHIRE HEALTH 

3,500

SOLIHULL LG 

83,000

TELFORD UNISON 

4,250

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

15,250

WALSALL LG 

14,261

WEST MIDLANDS AMBULANCE SERVICE 

12,690

WEST MIDLANDS COMMUNITY BRANCH 

15,000

WOLVERHAMPTON ACUTE BRANCH 

3,000

WOLVERHAMPTON GENERAL BRANCH 

10,040

GRAND TOTAL

194,460


Apr 21, 2017

Apr 21, 2017
Results for position of Branch Chair:
Billie Gibson 224 ELECTED 
Saroj Norman 154  
Spoilt Papers 1  
Total 379  
Results for position of Branch Secretary (Membership Services & Admin):
Saroj Norman 142  
Rob Underhill 235 ELECTED 
Spoilt Papers -  
Total 377  

Results for position of Branch Secretary (Service Conditions):
Andrew Maybury 256 ELECTED 
Saroj Norman 124  
Spoilt Papers -  
Total 380  

Mar 3, 2017

Please see link for further details.


Mar 1, 2017

Our annual FE seminar will be held on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 April – and we’d be delighted if you can join us. Delegates from across the UK, members and activists, will gather to learn about area reviews, college mergers, pensions, stress at work, and much more.

Most importantly, we want to hear how FE is for you. It’s a great opportunity to meet with colleagues from different colleges, to share experiences and make valuable contacts. If you want to attend you can find out more on the UNISON website. Your branch will need to register you online by 31 March 2017.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Ruth Levin

UNISON Further Education team


Mar 1, 2017

"Colleagues,

The result of the recent ballot of Unison members concerning changes to Terms and Conditions is as follows:

25% return of ballot papers of which,
57% responded to accept the proposals
43% responded to reject the proposals

Accordingly, Unison and GMB are now in a position to sign a collective agreement."

We will update you as soon as we get any further information on Unite's position.

Andrew Maybury
Branch Secretary - Membership Services & Admin.

Rob Underhill 
Branch Secretary - Service Conditions


Feb 28, 2017

UNISON members of Dudley MBC should have received their consultative ballot from our regional office by now.

This is a reminder that your ballot needs to be returned by Friday, 17th February at the latest. Ensure your vote counts.


Feb 14, 2017
This is a reminder that the Annual General Meeting of the Branch will be held on Monday 13th March 2017 at the Dudley Town Hall at 12.30 - 1:30 pm. All members are invited to attend. Unison is keen to encourage members to attend and if you require any assistance in attending please contact the branch office by 12 noon on Friday 27th January 2017. The types of assistance which can be provided include, but are not limited to, transport, signing and childcare. No reasonable request will be refused.
Jan 17, 2017
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12th December 2016
Dudley Students’ Union
DudleyCollege
 

 

Holocaust Memorial Day service invitation Dudley College
Friday 27th January, 2017
The Great Hall, Broadway Campus 12.30pm – 2pm

 

Each year Dudley Students’ Union, in collaboration with our local MP Ian Austin, host a Holocaust Memorial Event which is attended by college and school students from across the Dudley borough and members of our community.

This year’s theme is ‘How can life go on?’ where we are asked to think about what happens after genocide and of our own responsibilities in the wake of such a crime.

The event is an opportunity to ensure that the Holocaust, Nazi Persecution and subsequent genocides are not forgotten, trivialised or denied.

We are privileged with the support of Ian Austin MP, able to confirm the very special guest speaker, Holocaust survivor, Henri Obstfeld.

We hope you will be able to join us for this commemorative service where we will remember and continue the campaign against injustice, hatred and discrimination, which has always been central to the role of Students' Unions and Trade Unions.

As a small charity, we are reliant on donations in order to meet costs for the event to be successful, which we anticipate to total around £100. We are writing to Trade Unions respectfully requesting a small donation of £20 if possible to sponsor the 2017 HMD event. We would recognise any support given on all of our promotional materials.

If you are able to support the event please make donations by cheque payable to ‘Dudley College Students’ Union’. Thank you for your consideration.

Yours sincerely,

  

Dan Wood

Dudley Students’ Union President 2016-17


Dec 20, 2016
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