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UNISON

the UK's largest TRADE UNION formed from a merger of the Confederation of Health Service Employees, National Association of Local Government Officers and the National Union of Public Employees in 1993. It currently has around 1,270,000 members in the health service, local government, schools and universities. It includes amongst its membership both manual workers, such as cleaners, and white collar workers such as managers and secretaries. It is notable for having a high proportion of female members.
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Hoferer brings extensive commercial experience and exceptional skills in driving a customer-centric culture to his new role with Unison.
We hope, even at this stage, they will listen to UNISON and the wider community" Newcastle's largest station and the force's HQ, Forth Banks, and Gateshead will operate from 8am to 8pm, seven days per week.
We are very pleased to have Emirates as a key customer on this strategic agreement, Unison President Giovanni Spitale said.
The agreement extends through 2024 and covers external Unison new parts and component repairs for all engine lines in the Qatar Airways fleet which includes the CF6, CFM, V2500, GEnx, GE90 and GP7200.
They added claimants, mostly low-paid Unison members, will receive details of their settlement "in due course".
Sergei Shalai added that Unison commenced assembling Opel Mokka cars in May.
Even though this is a victory for Unison, the branch committee wish to make it clear to members that Unison has only suspended the industrial action.
Mike Grunza, president of Unison Industries, said, "We have been developing this innovative technology for several years and we believe we have only scratched the surface of what is possible with our Integrated Fin Technology.
Alan Pickering, managing director of Unison added: "We aim to make our new Scarborough facility the world centre for advancing tube bending technology.
Thelma Parry, Unison Anglesey Branch Officer, said: "Unison members are understandably extremely angry about any attempts threaten closure of our residential care homes.
Unison officials sent out more than 980 ballot papers to its members recently.