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In A Scale, Communications, Pay by GMB Gatwick Communications

Following a meeting of the A Scales NSP today, we have informed the company of our intention to ballot our members on the 2013 pay offer. We expect the ballot to commence on the 29th July and run for a period of three weeks. If you are due to be away for the entire duration of the ballot, please contact your …

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Pay – Joint TU Communication

In A Scale, Pay by GMB Gatwick Communications

The A Scale NPS met with the Company on 4th July to discuss the 2013 pay award. Our officers from Unite and GMB read the following statement: ‘Recognising what has previously been attained we will continue to work with BA to achieve the development and growth of the Company in the context of the business plan. We acknowledge the Company’s …

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New Look Website

In Website by GMB Gatwick Communications

Welcome to our new look website. A few features are yet to be setup so please bear with us. Thank you for your continued support GMB Gatwick Communications

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Stress at Work

In Campaigns, Health and Safety by GMB Gatwick Communications

Over recent months your Reps have been increasingly concerned over the stress levels of our members in the workplace at Gatwick. From next week we will be conducting a survey and a monitoring exercise for the GDOC community. We then plan to role this out to the rest of our membership. Please remember to ensure that all incidents which cause …

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BA’s Attack on A Scale Unions

In A Scale, Communications by GMB Gatwick Communications

Recently, BA has sought to reduce the number of A Scale National Sectional Panel Reps for both GMB and UNITE. Whilst discussion with the company were still ongoing, on 21st March, the company wrote to us advising that they intended to impose changes rather than negotiating an agreement. If these proposed changes go through, we fear that this principle will …

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Radical Employment Law Changes for 2013

In Communications, Employment Law by GMB Gatwick Communications

  by Victoria Phillips – 22nd January 2013, 8.30 GMT Firing workers at will is just one of the radical changes to employment law the government is planning to introduce this year. Capping unfair dismissal awards is another as the Coalition carries out the most significant reforms to the system in 14 years. Ministers are using the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill (ERRB) …