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RECRUIT A FRIEND   *** WIN ANOTHER  £100 CASH ****

Get a friend to JOIN the UNION and have his or her say in important pay and conditions issues affecting their job.

Click here or on the graphic for the application form and email completed aplications to i.gil@unison.co.uk.

That new member will receive a BALLOT PAPER in the current consultation ( as well as the lifelong benefits of being in the best union in Scottish FE!)

YOU and your newly recruited FRIEND will be eligible for two cash prizes of £100 EACH to be in a PRIZE DRAW to be held at the end of the ballot on Wednesday 26 July 2017.

There is NO LIMIT on the number of applications which can be forwarded (for those lucky enough to have more than one pal, but disappointed to learn that they are all not already in UNISON with you! )

 

John Gallacher
Scottish Organiser
3 July 2017

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