The union’s welfare charity There for You has once again got a limited fund to help members deal with the costs of school uniforms
What on earth is a UNISON service group? And what have they got to do with you? As it turns out, quite a lot actually
April may have started with the Easter holidays but there was no rest for UNISON staff, activists and members. And there was only one issue on everyone’s mind – pay.
Thursday 19 April 2018 For immediate release Commenting on Labour’s plans to build a million ‘genuinely affordable’ properties over 10 years, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “It’s great to see Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party taking the housing crisis so seriously. “A million genuinely affordable homes would be a good start to fixing our broken […]
Branches should make sure their websites are up to date
It’s National Careers Week – but thanks to years of government cuts, careers advice at school isn’t what it used to be. UNISON thinks young people deserve a better start to their working life
It’s only got 28 days but UNISON made every one of February’s count – here’s our regular round up of just a few of the things the union achieved over the last month
Student nurses can get an extra benefit from their UNISON membership
Join the UNISON lottery – win cash prizes AND support our charity, There for You
The questions keep coming after the collapse of Carillion. Now, what is happening to employees’ pensions?
Holocaust Memorial Day helps us to remember the atrocities against minority groups including disabled people
The time of year has come when most people take time off work, spend time with loved ones, relax and recharge their batteries for the year ahead. Yet for many UNISON members and other public servants, Christmas is a continuation of the working year. Instead of eating turkey or Quality Street, many of you will […]
NHS Trust is the first to sign UNISON’s new apprenticeships charter
UNISON is encouraging members to have their say on pension changes