Friday, November 10, 2017
|12 October 2017||Barnardo's launch consultation for proposed changes to Barnardo's Discretionary Ex-Gratia Redundancy Payment Scheme for staff employed before 01 April 2004.|
|13 October 2017||UNISON Barnardo's Survey Monkey is circulated to the Membership.|
|19 October 2017||UNISON Barnardo's orgaising Members Meetings for affected staff to gather information and suggestion for a collective counter proposal.|
|03 November 2017||UNISON Barnardo's are currently collating the responses to the Redundancy Consultation Survey. The responses and comments are to be escalated to Senior Management.|
03 November 2017 - Midlands & South West
07 November 2017 - Paisely
14 November 2017 - Liverpool
17 November 2017 - Manchester
21 November 2017 - Leeds
22 November 2017 - Glasgow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen
27 November 2017 - Newcastle
28 November 2017 - Belfast
29 November 2017 - Barkingside
01 December 2017 - Cumbria
04 December 2017 - Fife
08 December 2017 - Cardiff
|20 November 2017||In response to the UNISON Barnardo's Redundancy Payment Survey a meeting has been secured with Barnardo's Chief Executive Javed Khan early next week.|
|27 November 2017||UNISON Barnardo's representatives met with Javed Khan, Chief Executive.|
|05 December 2017||Branch Committee met to formulate Counter Proposal.|
|05 January 2018||UNISON Barnardo's submit a Counter Proposal in response to the consultation for proposed changes to Barnardo's Ex-Gratia Redundancy Payment.|
08 January 2018
01 February 2018
02 February 2018
08 February 2018
12 February 2018
UNISON Barnardo's met with the Corporate Leadership Team, this was the last formal meeting on the proposed changes to the pre-2004 redundancy payment scheme.
Barnardo's have now confirmed the outcome which is a significant revision from the original proposal.
Membership balloted to accept or reject Barnardo's revised offer.
Ballot closed at 17:00 on Thursday 08 February 2018.
Unison Barnardo's announced the results of the redundancy payment consultation ballot. 95.08% of the membership have accepted, 4.92% of the membership have rejected the proposal. The majority of the membership have accepted the proposals.
Next steps: Those members who are impacted in the Redundancy Payment Scheme Consultation will be issued with new contracts for signature, UNISON Barnardo's ask impacted members to ensure that they sign and return their new contracts.