Unite in Health Commercial Employer Forum
Friday 7 April 2017,10:30-15:30
Unite House, London, WC1X 8TN,
Though the union has campaigned against the marketisation and the privatisation of our NHS, it does not mean that workers who contribute to providing health services should not have decent work, decent pay and a strong voice at work.
Unite the Union is committed to supporting and organising a range of health professionals and key support workers that are not employed by the NHS, but work in the health service.
So on Friday 7 April 2017, which coincides with the 2nd European day of Action against Commercialisation in Health, Unite the Union will be calling together workplace representatives and activists across the country that work in non NHS organisations for training and networking.
Unite wants assist our workplace representatives and activists to build network and share information to ensure that we can have the knowledge so workers will not lose out as a result of being outside NHS Agenda for Change terms and conditions and are in a strong position to get the best deal at work. So do sign up and attend the Unite in Health Commercial employer Forum
Objectives of Unite in Health Commercial employers Forum
· Bringing workplace reps and activists worked in commercial companies that operate in the NHS together to establish priorities
· Building a network for support and communication across commercial health employers
· Increasing the position of influence of Unite members within commercial health employers
· To develop materials and systems to aid workers and activists
· Unite workplace representatives and activists in commercial companies that operate in the NHS. organisations across the UK
Draft Agenda of the day
Welcome & Introduction to Unite in Commercial employers in the NHS
Winning in the Workplace - successful campaigning and organising within a commercial employer
Pay, Pensions, Terms & Conditions within Commercial employers operating in the NHS
Life Long Learning – An opportunity for development
Taking it forward
· An industrial strategy- Work, Voice and pay
· Developing an outsourcing charter
· Supporting each other - how do we stay connected?
A sandwich lunch will be provided please advise us of any dietary requirements on the registration form.
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