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Help for members facing financial hardship after July 10 strike

If you took part in the strike on July 10th and will face particular financial difficulties as a result, then help is at hand. Hampshire UNISON has established a limited hardship fund in connection with the strike and members are now invited to make applications for assistance. The full criteria are included on the claim form, along with the amounts payable, but members should bear in mind that applications must be made within three weeks of receiving the payslip showing the deduction, and a copy of the payslip must accompany the claim. If you have any questions about the process, please contact your workplace / departmental steward or the branch office.

Hardship Fund claim form

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