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UNISON

Health Services and Public Sector Union. Britain and Europe's biggest public sector union, which has over one-million members working in public bodies or for private contractors to provide public services, including front-line staff and managers in local authorities, the NHS, police, colleges and schools, electricity, gas and water industries, transport and the voluntary sector.
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UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: "UNISON intervened because this case was about all workers being treated fairly and would have an impact across the whole of the UK.
Mark Ferguson, chair of UNISON's local government committee added: "This offer does not meet all of our expectations but it is move in the right direction.
The Kirklees Council director dealing with the dispute, Karl Battersby, accused Unison of shifting the goalposts.
Peter Chapman, UNISON regional organiser, said: "Despite claims that consultation on these plans had taken place, it's obvious by the reactions from UNISON and local politicians that this has not been the case.
Unison is among the main car assembly companies in Belarus which has been involved in assembling IKCO products in the country.
Unison's Jess Turner added: "Yet another council has recognised the need to pay the fees for its learning support workers, following Cardiff, Bridgend, Swansea, Torfaen County, the Vale of Glamorgan and Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Dougie Black, Unison regional organiser for Fife local government, said: "This has been a long time coming.
Unison is the latest move that RepEquity has made to scale its end-to-end digital advocacy, commerce, reputation and mobile services for brands globally.
Unison's acting director, General Dmitry Yegorov, said, 'We are advancing relations with the company General Motors and plan to expand the product range primarily with premium class cars.'
Since the proposed closure was announced, Unison Northern Region has been engaged in talks with the trust.
A complete image is typically formed by hundreds of thousands of micro-optic systems acting in unison, hence the name.