York TUC have been working in co-operation with York Labour Party to arrange a social event
for all members to enjoy!
Join us at Clements Hall on Saturday 28th February for a fabulous show by the very highly regarded Will Kaufman.
Will takes his show all over the world! From America to Finland – From folk clubs to festivals –
Presenting a captivating ‘live documentary’ of the legendary American artist Woody Guthrie –
An ardent equal-rights campaigner through music and actions, Guthrie is as relevent today as he was in the 1930s.
Please see Will’s website for more details:
www.willkaufman.com Continue reading Will Kaufman plays Woody Guthrie – Social Event in York
We’ve had an update on BECTU’s Living Wage campaign in Picturehouse Cinemas from the Going to Work website. It’s one step closer for Trade Union members at York’s City Screen.
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From: “BECTU campaigns via Going to Work” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Jan 8, 2015 4:13 PM
Subject: Picturehouse Cinemas living wages campaign – Living Wage coming to West Norwood
There’s been a significant development in BECTU’s campaign to win a living wage for all workers in the Picturehouse cinema chain.
A new branch of Picturehouse being opened later this year in West Norwood, south London, will pay its staff the London Living Wage. This isn’t a sudden change of heart from Picturehouse though. It’s the result of Lambeth Council responding to growing public concern and actually making the Living Wage a condition for granting the necessary planning permission. Continue reading Picturehouse Cinemas living wages campaign – Living Wage coming to West Norwood
The Royal College of Midwives have a vacancy for a Project Worker on their Maternity Support Worker (MSW) project, and have asked us to bring it to your attention. Please contact the RCM for any further details or to apply. Continue reading RCM Vacancy