On the 1st January 2017 UCATT merged with Unite

This site will be gradually rundown over the coming months and is unlikely to be updated . For all up to date information go to the Unite website.

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Union of Construction, Allied Trades and Technicians.
UCATT is the UK’s only trade union specialising in construction.


Join UCATT today

Join UCATT today to ensure that every building worker benefits from rights like paid annual and public holidays, industry sick pay (paid by your employer) on top of statutory sick pay, proper notice and notice pay and much more.

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UCATT Members

Register and login to the website to view and amend your membership details and access members only content. Our activists area contains resources for Shop Stewards, Safety and Learning Reps.

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Umbrella Companies

Thousands of construction workers are being forced to work via umbrella companies. They are being totally ripped off. Find out more and see what UCATT are doing to combat this exploitation on our campaign page.

Our umbrella company campaign


Working Rule Agreement

The Construction Industry Joint Council (CIJC) Working Rule Agreement is the largest industrial agreement within the construction industry. View the headline pay rates and download the full agreement.

CIJC Working Rule Agreement

UCATT news

Around 380 employees at Dundee City Council could see their contracts taken over by private contractor Tayside...
The Scottish Government will call in ACAS to audit the Queensferry construction site after UCATT revealed migrant...
Crossrail contractor shockingly admits in revealing emails to: Abuse of workforce to exhaustion levels Toilets 1...
Construction union UCATT is calling on the Government to address the damaging flaws in its much trumpeted auto-...
UCATT held a protest this morning outside of the Crossrail depot in Holborn.  The protest was agains the...

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Check out the latest news and get the contact details for UCATT in your region.

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