Theresa Griffin spoke at the recent 18th GMB Women's Conference, hosted by this region in Liverpool. She is a GMB member and active in the campaigns the GMB are fighting. She is an inspiration to the women in our union and a fantastic MEP.
GMB Reach Out to offer a range of fully funded distance learning courses. In order to be eligible, learners must be over 19 and have lived in the EU for the last 3 years. Online courses include: Equality & Diversity Principles of Customer Service Certificate in Lean Organisation Management Techniques (not available until August) Principles of Business & Administration Essential IT Skills (ITQ) Paper based courses include: Information, Advice & Guidance Principles of Team Leading Awareness of Mental Health Problems Principles of Dementia Care Care & Management Of Diabetes Common Heath Conditions End Of Life Care Nutrition & Health Cleaning Knowledge & Skills Safe Handling Of Medicines Prevention And Control Of Infection in Health Care settings Preparing to work in Adult Social Care Working with People with Mental Health Needs Dignity & Safeguarding in Adult Health & Social Care Get more information from the regional website – http://www.gmbnorthwest.co.uk/content/gmb-reachout
GMB Protect Female Cancer Cover. The policy pays a £25,000 cash benefit on first diagnosis of a covered female cancer or carcinoma in situ of the breast (carcinoma in situ is an early stage cancer which hasn’t spread), to help you continue to lead as normal a life as possible, from diagnosis until you're getting better. Check out the video and more info on the regional website - http://www.gmbnorthwest.co.uk/news/gmb-protect-female-cancer-cover-supporting-gmb-members
At the recent GMB Women's Conference, the 18th such event hosted by the region, Jason Hunter spoke about the Hope Not Hate campaign. HOPE not hate was established to offer a more positive and engaged way of doing anti-fascism. We prioritised working in communities to town centre demonstrations; we engaged and spoke to local people rather than to ourselves; and we realised that the BNP was tapping into a wider mood of alienation and hardship and it was important to address issues of concern to voters. Since it was founded in 2004, HOPE not hate has become one of the largest and most successful political action groups in the country.
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The Branch passed a vote of no confidence in the Trust Board and Executive management team of NWAS, they have been notified of this and we await a response. Following this meeting the branch has asked the regional to make the necessary arrangements to ballot our paramedic members again to ensure any action can continue past November. The GMB industrial action committee meets today to discuss forms of action prior to the region formally notifying the Trust of our intentions. We will of course inform all members of the decisions taken today once the arrangements have been finalised. Read more on the regional website - http://www.gmbnorthwest.co.uk/news/paramedic-review-you-will-now-know-outcome-recent-je-was-band-5-no-surprise-there-then
Claire Hargreaves, GMB Women's Network, spoke about their Campaign to End Period Poverty at the 2018 GMB Women's Conference. Period Poverty has no place in modern day Britain, one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Please help us make a change. The regions Women's Network is active throughout the year, tackling issues that affect women and always happy to include new members to the group. Join the GMB online today, click here - http://www.gmbnorthwest.co.uk/join-now
At the 2018 GMB Women's Conference, hosted for the 18th time by this reagion (North West & Irish), Lorraine Winson shared her experience helping and supporting this charity Syrian Cats Sanctuary and Children's Orphanage.
Sarah Louise James, winner of the Eleanor Marx Award at GMB Union’s 2018 Congress in Brighton, spoke at the 2018 GMB Women's Conference. The 18th event hosted by the North West and Irish Region, a highlight of the year and so important in developing women trade unonists within the region.
GMB President, Barbara Plant, spoke at the 2018 GMB Women's Conference the 18th hosted by the North West & Irish Region. She received a very warm welcome. View her video here - https://youtu.be/cxArMGJxoDs
ASDA has started collective consultation with GMB for a minimum of 45 days. Management says they do not plan to start individual consultation until the New Year. Any redundancies will take place in February 2019 at the earliest. During the consultation period GMB will be aiming to alter the proposals and dramatically reduce the number of potential redundancies. ASDA is performing well and is highly profitable. ASDA colleagues are the backbone of the company and staff further cuts will hit customer service and availability. read more on the regional website - http://www.gmbnorthwest.co.uk/news/asda-retail-collective-consultation-october-2018-asda-trade-union
End period poverty. 'ALWAYS' will provide your school - if at least 1% of girls attending receive free school meals- with free sanitary products. Ask a teacher at your school to check out this website-
We raise and challenge issues that affect our members and their communities, that is why we host these conferences ''GMB Campaigns for Justice and the GMB Women's''. As a trade union we understand how important it is to fight injustice, in solidarity and unity.