The government’s pay cap is cutting deep for public service workers
All public servants have seen the value of their pay fall year on year
Porters taking action over management plans for 12-hour shifts appeal for donations to hardship fund
New survey reveals danger for staff in the charity and voluntary sector
UNISON general secretary speaks at union’s police and justice service group conference
UNISON responds to the government’s health announcement
We want to see employers ensure that workers are not overloaded by their jobs, and that they have suitable support systems to help them overcome difficulties – like well trained and supportive managers, regular supervision, employees assistance programs and access to counselling to help them cope.
Employers urged to ‘take real action’ to support staff
5,000 march through Scottish capital to demand an end to the public sector pay cap
You call 999, you’re put through to someone, the police arrive… But of course, it’s never as simple as that
It’s world mental health day this Tuesday (10 October) so to mark the occasion we’re looking at some data that shows what’s happening to mental health service users
Join us for a Lobby Against School Cuts to show MPs that, despite the Department of Education’s welcome rethink, there is still a problem
In June this year, UNISON ran a survey to find out about members’ financial situations, and some of the results are shocking, especially when it came to our Black members.
The campaigner is urging everyone to help create a fairer society for all and reject a slide toward the past he remembers