CIJC (Construction Industry Joint Council)

Tarnished Forth road crossing needs pay audit to restore confidence

Construction union UCATT are calling on the Scottish Government to conduct an urgent independent pay audit for worker’s operating on the Forth Crossing in order to reassert confidence that workers are being treated fairly.

Government's Hinkley Point delay is economic illiteracy

Construction union UCATT has described the Government’s decision to delay a final decision to build a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point as “economic illiteracy”.

Just hours after the client EDF confirmed that they had finally made the decision to go ahead with the multi-billion pound project the Government announced it would not make a final decision until the autumn.

Union warns workers to check their pay packets

UCATT are warning that construction workers need to check their pay packet to ensure that employers have honoured the latest pay increase.

Pay rates for workers covered by the CIJC (Construction Industry Joint Council) agreement increased by 2.5 per cent from Monday 25th July.

UCATT Calls For Radical Reform of CIJC As Pay Talks Stall

UCATT delegates at their National Delegate Conference have unanimously passed a motion calling for the radical overhaul of the Construction Industry Joint Council (CIJC) agreement, the largest agreement in the construction industry agreement.

CIJC talks in Impasse

The latest talks pay talks for the largest construction industrial agreement have broken up without agreement.

Around 500,000 construction workers are affected by The Construction Industry Joint Council Working Rule Agreement.

Hundreds of thousands of workers recieve financial kick in the teeth as tax free expenses axed

Hundreds of thousands of workers, many of whom work in construction, face a financial kick in the teeth, due to tax changes on expenses, which come into effect today (April 6th 2016) the start of the new financial year.

Construction unions disgusted by paltry pay offer

Unions representing workers employed under the largest collective agreement in the construction industry have described the employer’s paltry pay offer as “insulting”.

Pay talks for the Construction Industry Joint Council (CIJC) which covers the pay and conditions of around 500,000 construction workers, were held on Wednesday 9th March.

Fresh protest in Liverpool over SITA undercutting dispute

Members of construction union UCATT will tomorrow (Friday November 20th) be taking part in the latest protest concerning the undercutting of wages and terms and conditions at the SITA site on Teesside.

Exploitative’ employment practices and undercutting revealed at Teeside energy-from-waste-plant

Construction unions, Unite, GMB and Ucatt today (Monday 24 August) called on Sita and Semcorp to intervene and stop contractors building the energy-from-waste plant at Wilton on Teesside undercutting pay rates and using ‘exploitative’ employment practices.


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