As a trade union, if we negotiate a pay deal for our members we put that deal back to the members and they decide whether that's acceptable or not. It is with the people that approval of the final deal should rest.
As trade unionists, when we negotiate a pay deal with an employer, we go back to our members and ask them if they’re happy with it. On Brexit, the Government need to take a leaf out of our book and be led by the people ↓
Fares will rise by 3.2% in January. The annual price hike seems to be the only part of the privatised railway that always runs as scheduled. It's time our railways worked for us - not private companies. SHARE if you agree ↓↓
Gary Doolan who was GMB through and through. Tributes are pouring in from across the movement that show how loved he was to so many. We’ll miss his contribution, effort, choice words every now and then and the fact he never once backed down from a fight. #RIPGaryDoolan
With youngsters heading #BacktoSchool next week we thought we'd share with you a quickfire reminder of your legal rights when it comes to emergency childcare. SHARE so other parents can know too. 📋 Full briefing >> www.gmb.org.uk/school
Working people create the wealth in this country – but they are the ones who suffer falling living standards while fat cats lap up the cream. This needs to change. It's time to narrow the pay gap in our increasingly unequal society.
We call on XPO and Sports Direct to get round the table and come to an agreement which will stop 627 people facing redundancy. This isn’t just a game of profits - this is our members’ livelihoods on the line. #HouseOfRazor
Last year, privatised water company bosses in England took home an average of £1,254,000 – six times more than the Prime Minister. We believe its time to bring water back into public ownership. But what do you think? Vote and SHARE for a wider sample 🗳️👇
More than 600 people are desperately worried about their futures and how they’re going to put food on the table for their families. It’s time for Mike Ashley to show that his rescue plan for House of Fraser is not simply a plan to boost his bank balance at the expense of House of Fraser workers and our members.