Breach of union rules / register of members / breach of statutory balloting procedures decision: Hicks v Unite the Union
- Certification Officer
- Part of:
- Certification Officer decisions: register of members, Certification Officer decisions: breach of statutory balloting procedures, and Certification Officer decisions: breach of union rules
- First published:
- 28 October 2014
This document contains the decision made by the Certification Officer in this case.
Breach of Union Rules / Register of Members / Breach of Statutory Balloting Procedures: Hicks v Unite the Union
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Mr Hicks brought eight complaints against Unite the Union, arising from the General Secretary election in 2013. Six of the complaints were dismissed. These included his complaints that Unite had balloted non-members and had wrongfully included a subscription reminder with some ballot papers. The two complaints that were upheld related to the manner of dealing with members in long-term arrears with their subscriptions and the application of the union’s internal disciplinary procedure.
Published: 28 October 2014