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  • Legal Plus - Looking After You and Your Family (Leaflet 312)

    18 June 2014

    Usdaw provides a great range of legal services which have got better and better over the years.

  • Pensions Budget 2014

    16 June 2014

  • A vital question - Are you an Usdaw member? (Poster R15)

    6 June 2014

    A recruitment poster for display on your Union noticeboard.

  • Legal Plus - Members' Handbook

    3 June 2014

    Usdaw provides a great range of legal services which have got better and better over the years. Usdaw Legal Plus is a service to be proud of. If ever you need to make a claim you can be confident that Usdaw will be there to look after you.

  • Cash Benefits (Poster R3)

    3 June 2014

    Usdaw’s services and benefits package offers fantastic value for money and ranks amongst the very best of all Britain’s trade unions whilst ensuring the subscription rate you pay remains one of the lowest.

  • The right to request flexible working briefing

    31 May 2014

    Parents have a legal right to ask their employer for changes in their working arrangements. Carers of adults also have the right to request flexible working.

  • Member Offers (Leaflet 398)

    31 May 2014

    Usdaw members are entitled to great offers and savings from a variety of companies. Download our leaflet to save the cost of your membership.

  • Supporting Members with Mental Health Problems

    6 May 2014

    For many years the Union has published a wide range of leaflets addressing issues of personal and workplace health but this is the first time an Executive Council Statement has focused exclusively on supporting members with mental health problems.

  • Campaigning for Usdaw Members in Elections

    6 May 2014

    This statement sets out the importance of the elections that are taking place during the next 13 months and the many ways in which you can make a difference to the outcomes of those campaigns.

  • Zero-Hours and Short-Hours Contracts

    6 May 2014

    This Statement identifies what is happening over zero-hours and short-hours contracts, details the experience of Usdaw members, and outlines how the Union will campaign and lobby for more secure employment and guaranteed hours for all workers.