Analysing the government data on why NHS staff quit their jobs
Are these the youngest UNISON campaigners?
Between March 2013 and April 2017, the number of meat inspectors employed by the independent Food Standards Agency (FSA) dropped by 30%
Court of Appeal rules in UNISON members’ favour over incremental pay
On 21 and 22 April, education staff, parents and children across the UK will be taking part in a weekend of action against cuts to school funding
Our union is strong as we approach our 25th anniversary, general secretary Dave Prentis told UNISON’s national executive council at its meeting in London.
‘Children’s centres have been left in limbo,’ says UNISON
Find out how many police officers, police staff and PCSOs you have in your area
UNISON is looking for people who are on the national minimum wage – currently £7.50 an hour – and who also get universal credit
New data shows employment tribunals are on the rise again – thanks to our Supreme Court victory
UNISON’s women’s conference voted against the UK government’s decision to limit child tax credit to the first two children, and the so called ‘rape clause’
Refuge services for survivors of domestic violence have been decimated by the public-sector funding cuts, UNISON’s women’s conference heard
Dr Helen Pankhurst addresses UNISON women’s conference
UNISON’s women’s conference votes to support the ageing female workforce
General secretary backs Birmingham strikers as he speaks to ‘the biggest gathering of women trade unionists in this country’