wolverhampton UNISON

wolverhampton UNISON

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

UNISON NEC ELECTIONS 2017
The union’s national executive council (NEC) is elected by members to speak on their behalf.
NEC members are elected by all members of UNISON via a postal vote. Members elect candidates to represent their region and their service group. There are also additional seats for Black members and young members.
As with all other UNISON elections, the union’s principles of “proportionality and fair representation” means that some seats are reserved for women and low-paid members, so that the make-up of the NEC fairly represents the wider union.
Elections take place every two years, with members receiving a ballot paper with a prepaid envelope to return it to an independent scrutineer (an independent person who checks the ballot is fair and counts the votes).
NEC members are elected for 2 years and elections take place this year
and the ballot opens 3 april -20th april .

This branch has nominated the following;

WEST MIDLANDS MALE SEAT 
Dave Auger  (our deputy branch secretary and current NEC member)
WEST MIDLANDS FEMALE SEAT
Rose Brown 
WEST MIDLANDS RESERVED SEAT
Shazziah Rock
National MALE SEAT
Paul Holmes
NATIONAL LG SEAT
Paul Gilroy
NATIONAL BLACK MEMBERS SEATS
Liz Cameron
Hugo Pierre
NATIONAL YOUNG MEMBERS
Andrew Anderson