New reps nationwide

The following members have volunteered to become local union reps across the business and help make AXA a better place to work, assisting their colleagues with workplace issues:

Cheryl Nelson (Bristol), Claire Robinson (Gloucester), David Dolan (Middlesbrough), Michael Sullivan & Gina Cole (Morecambe) and Charlotte Bonser (Stockton)

Thanks to all for volunteering.

 

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New reps in Middlesbrough & Teeside

The following members have volunteered to become local union reps in Middlesbrough and Teeside and help make AXA a better place to work, assisting their colleagues with workplace issues:

Middlesbrough:

Sadia Aslam
Clare Lewis
Craig Earle
Adam Varey (health and safety rep)

Teeside:

Clare Eddy
Marian Gill

Thanks to all for volunteering.

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New reps in Tonbridge

The following members have volunteered to become local union reps in Tonbridge and help make AXA a better place to work, assisting their colleagues with workplace issues:

Hannah Prebble

Helen Buss

Sam Thomas

Thanks to all three for volunteering.

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New reps in AXA Wealth

Six members have volunteered to become union reps to help make AXA a better place to work and assist their colleagues with any workplace issues:

Natasha Borrill (Basingstoke)

Rachel Wadsworth (Bristol)

Simon Crew (Bristol)

Natalie Humberstone (London)

Karen McAndrew (Bancassurance Sales Force)

Additionally Tim Maidment has volunteered to be a Union Learning Rep in Bristol.

Thanks to all for volunteering.

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New reps in Birmingham, Bolton and Ipswich

Three members have volunteered to become union reps to help make AXA a better place to work and assist their colleagues with any workplace issues:

Brian Collins (Birmingham)

Julia Lawrenson (Bolton)

Alan McGill (Ipswich)

Thanks to all for volunteering.

Sadly Fatima Oomer and Husna Patel have stood down as reps in Bolton and we’d like to thank both of them for the help and assistance they have provided both Unite in AXA and the union members in Bolton over recent years as workplace reps.

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New reps in Bristol and Lytham

The following members have volunteered to become local union reps and help make AXA a better place to work, assisting their colleagues with workplace issues:

Bristol: Geoff White

Lytham: Stuart Bence

Thanks to both for volunteering.

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New reps in Derry and Glasgow

Two members have volunteered to become union reps to help make AXA a better place to work and assist their colleagues with any workplace issues:

Pearl Gibson (Derry)
Debbie Gray (Glasgow)

Thanks to both for volunteering.

AXA is looking to make changes to the way it consults with Unite in AXA to allow for more localised input into the process. Whilst for the majority of sites this is fine, those sites without reps could potentially find themselves at a disadvantage and both AXA and Unite are encouraging members in sites currently without a union to rep to step forward and make sure the views of members at these sites are heard.

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2011 AXA reps awards

Unite in AXA has recognised the hard work and efforts of its local workplace reps in its annual award ceremony in Eastbourne. This year’s awards, presented by Unite National Finance Officer Dave Fleming, were as follows:

Rep of the Year: Saph Peets (Bristol)

Site of the Year: Ipswich

Extraordinary Award: Annie Brownlee (Morecambe)

Thanks to all our reps for the unrewarded hard work they have put in over the last year that is often overlooked in the workplace.

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AXA reps seminar underway

Unite in AXA reps from across the UK are meeting in Eastbourne this week to discuss issues affecting members in AXA and undergo training on a variety of topics from social media to dignity at work. Two sessions have  also been organised by AXA HR for the reps to provide feedback on the recent changes to performance management in AXA as well as the new culture programme being rolled out by the company.

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New rep in Derry

Mick Gallagher has volunteered to become a union rep in Derry to help make AXA a better place to work in and assist members with any workplace issues.

Thanks to Mick for volunteering. We still have a vacancy for one more rep in Derry if is anyone is interested in working with Mick.

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