STUC News releases

Public workers look to both governments to take action for fair pay

9th October 2017

Derek Mackay’s commitment to lifting the Scottish Government’s pay cap is an opportunity to make good on their promises to restore living standards for public workers in Scotland, that have declined dramatically over the last decade.

STUC 21st Annual Black Workers’ Conference

6th October 2017

The Scottish Trades Union Congress 21st annual Black Workers’ Conference takes place this weekend (7th – 8th October 2017) in Clydebank, where the major issues affecting black workers in the labour market will be debated by around 60 delegates from affiliated trade unions across Scotland.

With wages behind inflation, workers need a pay rise

13th September 2017

Commenting on the unemployment and wage statistics released today by the ONS, Grahame Smith, General Secretary of the Scottish Trades Union Congress, said:

STUC welcomes aspects of programme for government

5th September 2017

*Calls for above cost of living pay awards for hard pressed public service workers* Responding to the Programme for Government, STUC General Secretary Grahame Smith said: “The First Minister has laid out some imaginative and progressive ideas for the next period. We welcome the announcement of additional funding for the NHS.”

STUC predicts that unions will demand above inflation pay awards for all public service workers

4th September 2017

The average public service wage has fallen by over £3000 in real terms since the Great Crash. Workers will seek to recover their standard of living over the coming period

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