THE LEEDS GEOGRAPHICAL BRANCH MEET'S ON THE SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH. START TIME 7.30 PM. MEETING ROOM AT LEEDS CIVIC HALL CALVERLEY ST, LEEDS LS1 NEXT MEETING 9th NOVEMBER 2015.
LEEDS GEOGRAPHICAL BRANCH
Branch Chair: Tony Lee.
Branch Secretary: Les Belk.
Branch Treasurer: Bob Skelton.
Branch Equalities: Kevin Green.
Branch H&S. Peter Shaw.
Our meetings are relaxed and informal and provide those who attend the chance to catch up with other members on local issues and Branch business
our meetings enable us to make the full use of our Union membership and also allow us to provide services to help and support our members locally.
The Unite the Union Website address is : www.unitetheunion.org
Welcome to Unite the union in the North East, Yorkshire and Humberside webpages. Unite the union is Britain & Ireland's biggest union with 1.5 million members. Here you will find further information and details about the union and its activities in the region.
North East, Yorkshire and Humberside calendarCommunity membership in our regionUnite Community membership is going from strength to strength within our region, We now have two established Unite Community branches, the South Yorkshire branch and the Leeds branch. Unite Community also has active groups in Doncaster, Bradford, Grimsby, Hull, and Newcastle with other groups springing up all the time.Area Activists Quarterly Meetings
Member services in the North East, Yorkshire & Humber...
Members of Unite have access to a wide range of services and benefits beyond representation in the workplace. These include legal services such as the 24 hour legal helpline for non-work related advice, the free will writing service, and personal injury claims which are conducted free of charge by our trusted and experienced panel of solicitors.
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Part time workers are entitled to Holiday pay! It's pro rata so depends on how often you work. Under the Working Time Regulations you are entitled to 24 days' paid annual holiday and from April 2009 it goes up to 28 days (We campaigned for that and won!).
Under the Working Time Regulations, you are entitled to at least a 20 minute break if you work more then six hours in one shift, and you shouldn't be asked to work longer than eight hours in 24 if you work at night.
However there is no requirement under the minimum standards that your employer must pay you for this break.
Your employer cannot fire you with immediate effect after you have been in a job for a month: you then have the right to a minimum of one weeks notice.