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New Equal Pay Statement.

Regional Unison has just released a new statement about Equal Pay.

Dear UNISON member

You may be aware that the unions have been talking to Birmingham City Council about an offer that they are proposing to make to settle potential equal pay claims. If you are considering leaving Birmingham City Council you should be aware that the current proposals include the provision that it will only be offered to current employees.

UNISON is currently taking legal advice and we will shortly be issuing detailed advice to members.

We ask for your patience and not to contact us whilst we are preparing the advice. Please do not believe any rumours or statements by other parties about the union position. The union will give a full account of what has happened, will happen and will advise you about what to do next.

Yours sincerely

Ravi Subramanian

Regional Secretary

UNISON West Midlands

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