Conference discussed the importance of supporting and recruiting disabled staff and of supporting staff with mental health problems
UNISON’s police and justice sector heard of the many problems caused by privatisation in the justice sector at their national conference.
Police and justice conference hears the inspirational story of Marcellus Baz
There was outcry at UNISON’s police and justice conference today at the new lists that bar police staff from jobs for life.
Pay reform in the police and probation service was the first topic of this year’s police and justice service group conference
Assistant general secretary Christina McAnea addresses police and justice conference
Homecare workers are not taking proposed changes to their contracts lying down
A lot has been written about the NHS pay deal in England and what it will mean to individuals’ pay packets. But how does it affect staff at different stages of their career?
It’s one year since UNISON beat the government at the Supreme Court and forced an immediate change in the law. The case made headlines. Now we can tell the full story of how David beat Goliath. It’s a remarkable, epic tale that spans over four years. And it’s all true.
The number of reported crimes ending with a suspect in court has dropped along with police staff, while the use of volunteers in the police force is on the rise
Spending on parks and green spaces has been slashed by £15 million
UNISON members are campaigning to stop their jobs being outsourced from Chesterfield Royal Hospital Foundation
There are many people in the fire service who play a vital but hidden role in saving lives
In most parts of the UK, the price of renting a home has risen steadily, while public sector salaries… well, they haven’t. Find out how much NHS porters, nurses, PCSOs and more are spending on rent