- In a car park;
- With a valid ticket for that car park; &
- In a way that is not obstructive or dangerous
It was agreed unanimously that UNISON are against any finger printing system. This is because there is no guarantee that personal data is secure and services in future could get seconded out and it could be even less secure. The union stance is that we should say the systems in place are adequate if management follow the proper disciplinary procedure for staff who are careless with standard security protocol/timekeeping etc
Commenting on today’s Queen’s Speech, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Ministers are living in a parallel universe. Years of harsh spending cuts have caused huge damage to public services across the country.
“People have had enough of austerity, and want proper investment in schools, hospitals, police forces and local services. Yet there was none of this in the Queen’s Speech.
“Nor was there anything about pay. Nurses, teaching assistants, council workers, care staff and other public sector employees should be rewarded for their hard work with a long overdue wage rise. The pay cap has left them extremely hard up and must go.”