i wonder if i can find something about discipline for union.
BEING EXPELLED BY A UNION
is it possible to get fired when not following the rules?
we areactullay suppose to know what is expected of us and it is also important to follow the rules.
In case you're disciplined by a trade union then the choice to discipline you must be permitted by its rules. A few discipline is illegal whether or not it is allowed by the rules.
STRIKES AND OTHER INDUSTRIAL ACTION
and do you perhaps know what we can do when a protest happens?
the only thing you can do is not to join it and to avoid it rather at all cost.
Normally, once you have joined a trade union, you've got the right to stay a member for as long as you need, given, of course, simply continue to pay memberships in-line with the trade union's rules. Broadly there are circumstances in which a exchange union may be able to remove you: a conduct reason: where your conduct has been unacceptable to the trade union
STATEMENTS AGAINST A TRADE UNION
all this the regualtions about the union are quite impessive. i have to admiit
There are certain activities that your trade union must not discipline you for. In case it does, the discipline will naturally be ridiculous and you'll be able to make a complaint to an industrial tribunal.
MORE BEHAVIOUR YOU DON'T NEED TO BE DISCIPLINED FOR
A trade union must not teach you for: going to work despite a call to require strike or other industrial activity crossing a picket line during a strike and coming up short to take part in or back a strike or other industrial activity
Expressing and accepting in great confidence that a trade union, or one of its representatives, has either broken the law, an understanding between the trade union and someone else, or one of the trade union’s rules
Refusing to pay or acknowledge a punishment forced for discipline that was itself naturally ridiculous and not paying your trade union membership by the ‘check-off’