Employers respond with flat rate increase for local government and school workers.
Dispute about proposal not to transfer some staff to new North Yorkshire council escalates, as email emerges that shows staff were told that they would transfer.
UNISON has reacted to news that not all staff at Harrogate and Craven councils are being offered the opportunity to transfer to the new North Yorkshire council on the terms and conditions negotiated by the union.
The joint UNISON local government branches have formally responded to the proposals to move council staff to the new council, raising a number of concerns and objections.
UNISON members working for North Yorkshire County Council have voted overwhelmingly to accept improved terms and conditions which will help to improve recruitment and retention.
Staff delivering essential highways services across North Yorkshire are being offered a below inflation pay rise, but the offer is even lower for those who won’t sign new terms and conditions.
UNISON members working in schools and local government have voted to accept the pay award for 2022, which is £1,925 a year on all spinal points.
Members working in schools and local councils will be consulted on the 2022 pay offer.
Significant pay boost vital to meet spiralling costs as unions call for at least £2,000 pay rise for local government and school workers.