10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UCATT»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to UCATT
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NHS Pay Review Body twenty-sixth report 2012
UCATT commented that the withdrawal of the national RRP for maintenance craft
workers had led to some employers to withdraw local RRP for building craft
workers without notice or transitional protection arrangements. UCATT was ...
NHS Pay Review Body, 2012
Draft Corporate Manslaughter Bill: Written Evidence
UCATT are aware that there is no guarantee of there being a final Bill, let alone
legislation that makes it to the Statute Books. UCATT calls upon the Government
to complete the draft scrutiny process as soon as possible and to introduce a final
Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Home Affairs Committee, Great Britain: Parliament. House of CommonsWork and Pensions Committee, 2005
The Role of the Health and Safety Commission and the Health ...
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND RECORDING UCATT has a number of open
questions regarding some of HSE's procedures to investigate and record
accidents. We have tried to get to the bottom of these questions, but so far mostly
Terry Rooney, Geoffrey Podger, Judith Hackitt, 2008
The Trade in Human Beings: Human Trafficking in the UK, ...
UCATT supports the Gangmasters Licensing Bill as an important step forward for
the industries included in the bill, agriculture, and shellfish gathering and
associated processing and packaging sectors. The construction industry is an
Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Home Affairs Committee, 2009
NHS Pay Review Body twenty-fifth report 2011
Staff Bodies 4.51 UCATT urged us to recommend a national RRP for building
craft workers in the NHS. It argued that there was a pay difference of at least £
6,283 between average pay levels for building craft workers (from the Annual
NHS Pay Review Body, 2011
Construction Matters: Ninth Report of Session 2007-08, Vol. ...
UCATT estimates that almost 50% of all the two million people employed in
construction are bogusly self-employed on CIS4 cards. In UCATT's opinion
workers who have set hours, have to obey orders, cannot refuse work and have
Prying Open Fortress Europe: The Turn to Sectoral Labor ...
This book explains how countries in Western Europe have responded to this challenge by establishing sector-specific labor migration policies that are capable of managing migration toward industries with particular labor shortages while ...
Alexander A. Caviedes, 2010
The Economic Impact of Immigration: 1st Report of Session ...
28 September 2007 Memorandum by UCATT 1. UCATT Response UCATT is the
largest specialist union representing construction workers in the UK and the
Republic of Ireland. UCATT represents 125,000 workers in the construction
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Select Committee on Economic Affairs, 2008
The Routledge Guide to British Political Archives: Sources ...
UNION OF CONSTRUCTION, ALLIED TRADES AND TECHNICIANS UCATT
members are drawn from a wide spectrum of occupations but the largest number
work within the private sector building industry, within which UCATT seeks to ...
Energy Efficiency and Fuel Poverty: Fifth Special Report of ...
UCATT represents 120,000 workers employed in the construction industry both in
the public and private sectors. UCATT is the largest specialist union for
construction workers in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. UCATT is the lead
Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UCATT»
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Ucatt backs Burnham for Labour leader
Ucatt is asking its members to cast their first preference vote for leader for Andy Burnham and their second preference for veteran left-winger Jeremy Corbyn. «The Construction Index, Jul 15»
UCATT stages Newcastle protest against low pay on construction sites
The demonstration was organised by UCATT and is part of a national campaign demanding a living wage of £7.85 an hour - £9.15 in London - for its members in ... «ChronicleLive, Jun 15»
UCATT union: 'Members won't stand idly by'
UCATT members voted 95.1% for strike action and by 94.9% for action short of strike action on an 80% turnout. This result shows that members are not going to ... «ITV News, May 15»
UK unions threaten joint strike over Tata Steel pension scheme
Unions GMB, Community, Ucatt and Unite said in a joint statement earlier this week that they will start balloting around 17,000 members over strike action from 6 ... «The Guardian, Apr 15»
UCATT in crisis as leader goes on sick leave
UCATT general secretary Steve Murphy is understood to have offered his resignation as a financial crisis engulfs the union. The Enquirer understands that ... «Construction Enquirer, Apr 15»
UCATT to cut jobs in economy drive
Construction union UCATT has launched a redundancy programme as it looks to cut its staff levels in a bid to save money. The Enquirer understands that ... «Construction Enquirer, Mar 15»
Ucatt asks Yorkshire councils to ban umbrella companies
Construction union Ucatt is lobbying local authorities in Yorkshire to follow the lead of Wales and drop the use of umbrella companies on council contracts. «The Construction Index, Mar 15»
Ucatt seeks answers on police infiltration
Ucatt has discovered that an officer in the Metropolitan Police's Special Demonstration Squad (SDS) gained membership of the union using a false identity. «The Construction Index, Mar 15»
Ucatt spying shocks no-one
This week it has been revealed that police spies infiltrated construction union Ucatt in order to gather information against trade union activists. The information ... «Morning Star Online, Mar 15»
Strike by council staff following 18-month row over bullying and …
Paul Bennett, regional organiser for UCATT Scotland, said: "Had the tables been reversed and the complaint was made against one of our craft workers, they ... «Herald Scotland, Mar 15»