Galliford Try job losses in Scotland amid shutdown
PAYSLIPS FOR ALL
As of April 6, all workers (as opposed to just employees) have the right to start receiving a payslip, including those on casual and zero-hour contracts.
As a result, 300,000 workers who previously did not receive a payslip will now be entitled to do so. The slip must also contain information showing how many hours the worker worked that week so that they can ensure they are being paid in full and at the correct rate. Workers who believe their payslip is inaccurate should contact
Willie Thomson, Unite Organiser 07810 157 910
Other measures, which are effective from April 2020, are as follows:
YOUR INDUSTRY, YOUR SAY
Unite, your union working with the STUC and Strathclyde University have compiled a survey to find out more about the lives of workers in construction. Please complete to help shape the future of your industry.
Unite is now the sole or joint signatory union to every significant national collective agreement across the whole of the Scottish and wider UK construction industry.
Our growing network of shop stewards, safety reps, activists, members and full time officers are actively campaigning to improve the pay and conditions of all Scotland based construction workers.
At the heart of our industrial activity is the core policy that Unite wants to see - all construction workers directly employed under the terms and conditions of the collective agreement relevant to their trade.
Unite Scotland Construction is the union for all construction workers employed or working in Scotland.