A workplace checklist for reps to bargain for disability equality
Workplace reps reveal how they worked with members to win improvements to workload at Gordano school
New conditions guarantee PPA time with directed time agreements in place.
For every type of rep, we have a comprehensive support and development programme for you to build your skills and confidence in union work
Six important tips for workplace reps on negotiating planning, preparation and assessment (PPA) time
Leicester secondary rep Sylvia McNeil describes how she negotiates during a pandemic
Some of the collective wins achieved by Kathryn Peers, workplace rep at Bracken Edge Primary School, Leeds.
Robert Poole, NEU Secondary rep, Greater Manchester, talks about how he became an NEU Rep, and achieved a successful pay campaign at his workplace.
Wirral primary rep Andy Heywood describes his successful safety campaign.
Telford Special school rep Donna Macdonald describes her successful organising campaign.
Swindon primary rep Fran King describes how acting collectively led to a successful safety campaign.
Oldham rep Noo Khadem describes her successful safety campaign.
Coventry rep Jodie Mallier describes her successful pay campaign.
NEU/GMB/Unison/Unite have produced a commentary and checklist guide for special schools.
This guide will give you an overview of how to use WhatsApp effectively for union communications.
NEU Northern Ireland (in partnership with INTO & UTU) offer a series of training courses each year in both Belfast and Derry and online.
This briefing sets out the objectives and benefits of safety committees, in addition to advice and guidance on their composition, inception, and remit.
Whether in a school, college or elsewhere in the education service, the role of the workplace representative (rep) is a vital one for the National Education Union.
Every year, the NEU invites members to nominate an NEU Representative/Officer who they feel deserves to be recognised by the union for their hard work and commitment.
Organising a workplace meeting as a rep could be a bit of a hassle. Here are some tips to get you organising!
The more workplace based reps we have, the stronger the National Education Union will be. Why not become a rep in your school or college?
Latest advice for principals and managers who may have staff experiencing protracted ill health as a result of COVID-19 infection.
A guide for NEU reps on how to tackle domestic abuse and the workplace
In response to requests for assistance with undertaking stress surveys, a system has been developed which enables the NEU to provide an online staff stress survey as a resource for local officers, reps and safety reps.
NEU Guidance for members, reps and local officers.
The menopause is an occupational health issue for women educators, as well as being an equality issue. It is important that schools and colleges are suitable workplaces for menopausal women. The purpose of this guide and checklist for reps is to signpost you to advice, and to support you in improving workplace conditions for menopausal women.