GMB rejects Scottish councils' pay offer

By Dan Peters | 20 June 2018

Members of the GMB Scotland trade union have rejected the local government pay offer, potentially sparking industrial action.

Some 92% of members across Scotland’s 32 local authorities rejected the offer put forward by the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, which has tabled a 3% increase for all employees earning up to £36,500 while staff on the highest grades will receive a flat rate increase of £1,600.

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