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Unite HCA Strike - Solid Support

12 July 2018

 

The strike at the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has been solidly supported across all workplaces, with solidarity provided across the trade union and labour movement. Reps will now put plans for a second phase of action out to members, aiming to&n

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Strike Held at the Homes & Communities Agency

Latest update: Wednesday 11th July: Gather at Homes England headquarters on 12th July

 

Unite's national organising team will be at the Homes England headquarters (Windsor House, 42-50 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0T

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HCA Pay Strike On - 10th-12th July

6th July 2018

 

Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) will be on strike in protest at years of real-terms pay cuts and pay inequality. The organisation is home to the Regulator of Social Housing and Homes England brands,

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HCA Members Vote Yes to Strike!

Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) have overwhelmingly voted for strike action in protest at years of real-terms pay cuts and pay inequality. The organisation is home to the Regulator of Social Housing and Homes England brands, and Unite is the largest of three recognised tra

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Strike Action a Step Closer at HCA

Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency have moved a step closer to strike action following an overwhelming vote in favour of balloting for industrial action. 

 

The Agency, which has now rebranded its functions into Homes England and The Regulator of Socia

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HCA Pay Dispute - Members Vote on Resolution

Unite members at the HCA are currently voting on whether to withdraw the threat of further strike action after a series of talks with management addressed a number of concerns that had led to strike action in May.

 

The campaign has involved joint action with th

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Unite HCA Pay Strike - Solidarity Appeal Launched

Unite at the HCA has announced that it will be taking strike action on Thursday 19th May and has launched an appeal for solidarity.

 

The dispute has arisen because the Agency ignored the union pay claim submitted in June 2015 and refused to negotiate for eight month

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PCS Vows to Join Unite Strike if No Speedy Resolution on Pay

As Unite members meet to discuss their plans for a strike following a successful strike ballot announced earlier this week, the PCS union which is also recognised by the HCA has threatened to escalate to an industrial action ballot if the Agency fails to negotiate within the next two weeks.<

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HCA Unite members vote for strike action

Call for fairer allocation refused

 

Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency have voted in favour of strike action.  Members are angry that once again their call for a fairer allocation of the pay settleme

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Resolving Dispute 'Too Much Work for HR' - HCA Staff Told!

Members of Unite, Unison and the PCS protested outside the April HCA Board meeting hours after receiving a letter from the Interim Chief Executive, Mark Hodgkinson, telling them that their pay grievance could not be addressed as it would involve too much work for HR.

 


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HCA Budget Cuts - Unite Prepares to Resist!

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has been asked by its sponsor department (Communities and Local Government, CLG) to model cuts of 25% and 40% of operating costs to meet the cuts announced as part of the Comprehensive Spending Review 2015. The CLG itself has already announced that a 'Vo

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HCA Strike Fund Appeal

As reported previously, Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) have taken 3 days of strike action (25-27 March) over the divisive and unfair way that the Agency has chosen to allocate pay, and because the Agency has consistently failed to negotiate in any meaningful way. See

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Unite On Strike at the HCA

Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency have taken 3 days of strike action (25-27 March) on over the divisive and unfair way that the Agency has chosen to allocate pay, and because the Agency has consistently failed to negotiate in a meaningful way on this key issue. The strike followed

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