Download Nomination Forms
Tuesday, 02 December 2014 14:00

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Nominations and Process 2020/2021
Thursday, 03 November 2016 14:04

Election of Branch Officers

Branch officers may be nominated by the branch committee or any two members, with the exception of the Labour Link officer who will be elected by the APF members only.

Nominations will be invited 12 weeks before the AGM and nomination forms will be made available through the branch website.

All nominations must be received in writing at least 7weeks before the AGM.

Each nominee will be notified and given the right to withdraw not later than 6 weeks before the AGM.

If there is more than one candidate, a ballot will be held.
The vote will be conducted by postal ballot in accordance with the procedure and timescales contained in the Code of Good Branch Practice.

Where no valid nomination has been received before the deadline, nominations may be called for and candidates elected at the AGM, or endorsed by the branch committee subject to ratification by the next general meeting.

Election of Workplace Representatives

The process for nomination and election shall be as above, save that the nomination may be by any two members employed in that section, and only members employed in the relevant section may participate in the election.

Election of Convenors

The process for nomination and election shall be as above, save that the nomination may be by any two workplace representatives. Only workplace representatives may participate in the election.

For all the above posts the following information will be made available on the Branch website or by hard copy upon request:

 
Case Form
Tuesday, 25 July 2017 14:03

CASEFORM
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UNISON looks after more than 1.3 million people working in vital public services
Monday, 17 July 2017 15:04

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What is a UNISON representative?
Monday, 03 July 2017 14:59

What is a UNISON representative?

The UNISON workplace representative is the most important link between the union and its members. Workplace representatives play a number of roles.

They are organisers who talk to, recruit and organise members around workplace issues, hold meetings, undertake surveys and help run ballots.

They give members information about union issues by publicising UNISON campaigns, distributing leaflets and keeping members informed about and involved in local negotiations.

They are the workplace representative in UNISON – an essential part of a large and powerful national organisation.

UNISON has four types of workplace representative.

A UNISON Steward is an elected representative whose role includes organising, recruiting and representing members.

A Health and Safety Representative has the right to training and to raise issues which affect the health and safety of members.

A Union Learning Representative helps promote learning in the branch and in their workplace such as raising awareness of lifelong learning issues.

An Equality Representative helps to make workplaces fairer by promoting respect and dignity at work. Equality is at the heart of everything UNISON does.

If you would like to get more involved in the union but aren’t sure you want to take on a full role yet, become a Workplace contacts.

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Four week rule when joining UNISON
Thursday, 13 April 2017 13:36

* If I join today can you represent me straight away?

You will need to have been a member for at least four weeks to qualify for some of our benefits and help. This means that we cannot represent a very new member and even if we did so, if the matter were to escalate to the extent that a union official (or solicitor) needed to become involved, the following rule is strictly applied. Section K 2 (i) of the UNISON Rule Book says "The member must have been in membership of the union for at least 4 weeks prior to the incident or occurrence that leads to her/him seeking legal assistance from the Union.". The rule also applies to members who have 4 weeks, or more, arrears of subscriptions.

 
 
 
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