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LGA Briefing – Pay Award


By Lee

Please find the latest information received from the Local Government Association, regarding this year’s pay round.     Emp Circ Read More...

  1. We’re here to help if you suffer bullying and harassment at work, poor safety or discrimination

  2. Lee Simpson

    Branch Convenor

  1. We’re here to help if you need representation at grievances & disciplinary hearings

  2. Amanda Horsman

    Branch Convenor

  1. We’re here to help if you need advice on  your pay and conditions at work, and more…

  2. Eric Batty

    Branch Secretary/Convenor




Welcome to The GMB R62 Rotherham General Branch Website

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Members Area

To access the GMB Members area please click here.

GMB Rotherham

We hope this site gives you easy access to all the branch’s benefits and services, so whether you are an existing member, or would like to join The GMB you will find everything you need.

General Information

The R62 branch of The GMB covers the whole of RMBC no matter what you do.

Many members join GMB Rotherham because they suffer bullying and harassment at work, poor safety or discrimination. As a GMB member, you will be able to access services such as:

  1. • representation at grievances
  2. • disciplinary hearings
  3. • negotiations on your pay and conditions at work
  4. • health and safety

To see all of the benefits of GMB membership, click on the services tab. If you want to join The GMB please select the membership page and download an application form.

Our union has a proud history of supporting working people, we constantly look for new ways to improve our services and benefits to ensure that we continue to provide the best service possible. The GMB has over 118 years experience in successfully representing our members in all aspects of their employment.

Our Track Record

The GMB is Britain’s General Union, with 120 years experience of representing workers dealing with bullying and/or harassment at work, poor health, safety and welfare facilities at work and discrimination. We represent members who work for local authorities and in schools as non-teaching staff, contractors, private companies like Asda and Nestle, GSL, G4S and Southern Cross care homes as well as in utilities such as gas, water, electricity and the NHS.


While you are here, please take a few minutes to complete and return the questionnaire regarding “Respect@Work” on our equality & inclusion page as your views are important to us.

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