London & Quadrant 2.5% + 5% targeted bonus in June
Amicus 3% + target bonus
Catalyst 2% + £500 bonus
East Thames 2% + lowest paid receive additional payment to bring in line with London Living Wage
FamilyMosaic £1000 bonus
Gateway 2% for those on current market rates
Guinness Trust 2.5% but zero for Care & Support Staff
Hyde 2.5% prp + £500 bonus
Industrial Dwellings 2% + £250
London & Quadrant 3% + 5% bonus
Look Ahead 2.5% non consolidated PRP
Notting HILL 2% non consolidated + £500 targeted bonus
One HG £550 pro rata - One Support salary reductions
Outward 1% + £200 bonus
Providence Row £250
ASRA 2%Catalyst 1% prp
Circle £500 bonus + prp + commitment to regional living wage
East Thames 2.5% + commitment to London Living Wage
Hexagon 1% + 2-3% prp
Hyde 0.7-3% prpIndustrial Dwellings 2.5% + commitment to London Living Wage
Look Ahead 2.5% non consolidated prp bonus
Metropolitan Housing 1%
Notting Hill £500
One Housing £550 non consolidated
Origin 1-2% prp
Providence Row pay freeze
Sovereign Vale pay freeze + prp Oct 11
The Branch produces monthly pay bargaining notes for activists engaged in pay negotiations. Contact the Branch Office for UNISON's model pay claim for Housing Associations.
Local government NJC
UNISON rejected the employer's offer. The offer was either for 1.1% with changes to terms and conidions and a change from unilateral arbitration to bilateral agreement. The second option was for 1% on the lowest salary scale points 4-10.
The Claim was for a substantial increase on all pay points which recognises the hardship suffered by local government workers, particularly the low paid. The employers responded with a third year of pay freeze and refused a request to go to arbitration. They would not authorise the technical report for car allowances.
Pay Claim for £250 and the joint review of employment conditions tabled by the unions in 2008/9.
Claim for £500 or 2.5%
Pay freeze announced by the National Joint Council of Employers.
1.25% on SCPs 4 to 10 inclusive
1.00% on SCPs 11 to 49 inclusive
increase in annual leave from 20 days to 21 for staff with less than five years service.