On Wednesday 3rd February 2016 UNISON held its annual social in the Millennium Gallery. The morning was taken up with training for stewards with discussions on: workplace mediation, where to find information, and experiences of dealing with Occupational Health. At lunch … Continue reading →
The Co-op Bank and UNISON relationship ended on 30 September 2015 and the run-off period for the migration of personal individual accounts ends on 28 January 2016.
Members who have a personal UNISON product Co-operative Bank account have been sent a letter from the bank informing them of their options to close or migrate their account.
Members with a UNISON Britannia mortgage account opened before 25 February 1999 will continue to receive the standard variable rate discount of 0.25% for the life of the mortgage with the bank (excludes offset savings and lifetime tracker deals).
All other UNISON mortgage account customers will continue to receive the standard variable rate discount of 0.25% until further notice.
The bank’s contact numbers for related enquiries are:
for existing mortgage enquiries contact 0808 156 2832;
for existing savings enquiries contact 0800 132 304.
With rising fuel costs and another cold winter looming many members on low income are worried about how they’re going to pay their winter fuel bills.
Help is on hand
‘There for You’ has set up a limited fund to help UNISON members on low income by way of a one-off payment of £40.
To apply, download the application form or visit unison.org.uk/thereforyou. Alternatively, call UNISONdirect on 0800 0857 857 or simply contact your UNISON branch office. Everyone that applies will receive a booklet giving information about other help that may be available and how to reduce your fuel costs in the future.The Q&A also provides further information.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 23 February 2016.