The GMB is Britain's General Union, with 120 years experience of representing workers dealing bullying and harassment at work, poor health, safety and welfare facilities at work and discrimintaion.
Tim Roache, Regional Secretary
We're always looking for ways of improving our services and the benefits available to members. We offer representation at grievance and disciplinary hearings, and negotiations on your pay and conditions at work and health and safety. We also offer legal advice and support to our members.
If you aren't a member yet then please either download an application form to complete to telephone us on 0845 337 7777 where you can join over the phone.
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News from GMB Yorkshire and North Derbyshire
By 9.10am this morning staff and officers at GMB’s Wakefield office had raised £75 for the Save the Children Christmas Jumper Appeal, just by wearing a Christmas jumper and making a small donation to a fantastic cause. And it’s not too late to spread the ‘jumper joy’ and donate a few quid!!
Pay for full time workers in the lowest graded jobs including security guards, shelf fillers, hospital porters, kitchen and catering assistant jobs, waiters and waitresses and bar staff is still 12.6% below its value in 2007 says GMB.
Green Co members (Sheffield Household Waste Recycling Centres) are embroiled in a bitter battle after staff have been sacked or forced to leave their jobs in a long dispute about how the centres are being run. Bullying, pay and poor welfare facilities are the key issues.