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.
Already a member? About to retire from work?
For a one-off payment you can become a retired life member. Ask you workplace organised or contact your local office for details.
While you are here, please take a few minutes to complete and return the questionnaire regarding "Repect@work". Your views are important to us.
There are no courses scheduled at this time.
News from GMB Yorkshire and North Derbyshire
The University of Sheffield has announced plans to implement the living wage from the 1st August 2014. The university will pay its staff the living wage of £7.65 per hour, a move that will benefit around 400 of the university’s lowest paid staff. The university informed the staff of the decision in an email on the 15th July.
The 10 July strike in local authorities and schools was a huge success and GMB members played a massive part. Tens of thousands of workers attended marches and rallies throughout the country, there were active picket lines at every council and most schools were either closed or partially closed.
There are more people on strike than union members as school and council staff, union members or not, are very angry and it’s time someone listened says GMB.