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UNISON has been informed that the cover on the staff support desk has been reduced to save money - and since then, we have seen increased numbers of staff getting in touch about late finishes and the lack of support.
The Trust committed to moving the incremental pilot over late finishes forwards and set out in writing the move to IX zero, which would have incorporated more crews. This commitment appears to have stalled.
Please can you fill in this survey to help us to challenge the Trust and act on your feedback:
A complete update of the journey so far around late finishes/meal breaks is being published in our next newsletter.
UNISON Branch Secretary
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Survey from MIND
Last year MIND undertook a national survey of the emergency services to gauge awareness of
mental health issues, wellbeing, and to enable MIND to plan support.
MIND are now running a further survey for all staff and volunteers in the emergency services.
Please take a couple of minutes to complete the survey provided by MIND.
All responses are anonymous and the survey will be open for 4 weeks:
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MIND and UNISON collaborate to offer free training to improve mental health
The first of a series of free workshops planned: STOP Suicide workshops
20th April at the Cambridge Development Centre 13:00 - 16:30
2nd May at HQ, Melbourn 13:00 - 16:30
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After going through a very difficult period of negotiations with the Trust to avoid industrial action, a pilot of IX and changes to the calls crews can go to in their interruptible period of meal breaks was introduced in August 2016. The changes went Trust wide in October 2016.
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Student Paramedics raised a collective grievance in April 2016. The grievance aimed to provide us with pay parity and address the financial detriment caused by delays to our training.