The retirement age for operational ambulance workers now stands at 68 years of age. Many GMB members working in the ambulance service believe this to be unreasonable considering the physical and mental demands of the job. Would a more appropriate retirement age be 60 years of age in-line with other physically demanding roles in the Police, Fire and Armed Forces? As a GMB member working in the ambulance service we want to hear what your thoughts are on this issue. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey below and have your voice heard. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/AmbulanceWorkersRetirementAge
All of Plymouth Health Branch members are welcome to attend. Please help us plan better by letting us know if you are coming. Also let us know what you wish to discuss and we will do our best to have some useful information available to help the conversation.
As part of year of the young worker and as part of #TimeToTalk we’re showcasing a young GMB activist each month. This month it’s the legend that is Beccie Ions who has worked tirelessly for mental health awareness and has lead GMBs #MentalHealthMatters campaign 🤙👇👇👇🤙
https://www.gmb.org.uk/mygmb-login I M P O R T A N T Please notify the GMB if your personal and/or work details or circumstanes change. You can log into the website directly to make simple changes yourself OR You can contact your local GMB office and notify them of the changes.
GMB Members - I M P O R T A N T Help us to help you! If your personal/work details change please notify your local GMB Office OR Login to the GMB website and your change details yourself. A period of reduced hours, unemployment or Maternity leave may qualify you for a reduced payment.
GMB Members - IMPORTANT If your personal or work details change please notify your local GMB Office OR Login to the GMB website 'members area' and change details yourself. A period of unemployment or Maternity leave may qualify you for a reduced payment. If you don't tell us, we don't know! www.gmb.org.uk/mygmb-login
As we mark the 70th birthday of our NHS let’s remember Nye Bevan and his vision for our health service: that it’s free, for all, forever. Let’s keep his memory alive by continuing to fight for our NHS so it lives on for future generations. SHARE this video ↓↓