UCATT



UCATT reiterates Dundee jobs threat as council launches outsourcing consultation

Dundee City Council has launched a consultation over outsourcing its building and maintenance work t ...

Published 22 December 2016

Labour MSP raises motion for Queensferry Crossing pay audit

Scottish Labour MSP Neil Findlay has called for an investigation into accusations that workers are b ...

Published 8 December 2016

Aberdeen council workers celebrate new qualifications through trade union learning

UCATT and Unite the Union invited Jamie Hepburn MSP, minister for employability and training, to c ...

Published 2 December 2016

Laing O’Rourke accused of ‘backdoor blacklisting’ as union conflict escalates

Policies employed by Laing O’Rourke over the extent of union access being permitted to its £212 m ...

Published 1 December 2016

MSP criticises Laing O'Rourke management at Dumfries hospital site

Scottish Labour MSP Colin Smyth has tabled a Parliamentary motion criticising Laing O'Rourke's dec ...

Published 18 November 2016

UCATT members vote to join Unite

The proposed merger between UCATT and Britain’s largest union Unite has been confirmed after 85. ...

Published 7 November 2016

UCATT ‘worried and perplexed’ as major projects reject union convenors

Construction union UCATT has raised concerns over a decision by two major Scottish infrastructure pr ...

Published 28 October 2016

Sharp rise in UK construction fatalities

A total of 43 construction workers were killed in the workplace in the year to 31st March 2016, fi ...

Published 7 July 2016

Unions secure improved two year CIJC pay deal

A two-year pay deal for more than 400,000 workers has been agreed between contractors and construc ...

Published 23 June 2016

Construction union UCATT votes to merge with Unite

The Union of Construction, Allied Trades & Technicians (UCATT) has reached the end as an indepen ...

Published 19 May 2016

Survey reveals high levels of stress and mental illness among construction workers

A survey has revealed very real concerns about the prevalence of mental health problems amongst cons ...

Published 17 May 2016

Settlement reached in construction blacklisting case

Eight construction firms have offered financial settlements to workers who said they were blackliste ...

Published 4 May 2016

Stalemate in Construction Industry Joint Council pay talks

The latest pay talks for the largest construction industrial agreement have broken up after unions a ...

Published 27 April 2016

Construction unions reject ‘insulting’ 3.5 per cent pay offer

Unions representing workers employed under the largest collective agreement in the construction in ...

Published 11 March 2016