Representatives of UNISON’s 1.3 million members will meet in Brighton next month to decide policies and priorities that will take the union forward
Staff in England who qualified after September 2016 need to hold a paediatric first aid certificate, under regulations that came into force last month
New government strategy for England ‘is flawed as it says nothing about the pay and conditions of early years staff’
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, UNISON members share their experiences of the UK’s struggling mental health services
Nominations open on 16 May for elections to the Labour Link national committee and by-elections to two vacant seats on the police and justice SGE
The number of police officers on our streets – so called bobbies on the beat – are frequently covered in the media. But we hear less about how many police staff those officers have working with them.
Members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have their say on claim, while Scottish council workers vote on action over employers’ offer
UNISON’s higher education service group met yesterday to discuss the higher education employers’ full and final offer on pay for 2017-18.
Higher education employers have made a full and final offer on pay for 2017-18, following the conclusion of pay negotiations
A group of homecare workers from Haringey have made headlines with their battle for the minimim wage
Claire Sweeney stars in our new short film with a difference
This month and next will be busy months for UNISON’s Public Service Champions campaign.
Laney Walsh is one of UNISON’s most extraordinary activists, keeping a vow and working tirelessly to combat the stigma around mental health
Our parks are now under an increasing threat, as local councils find their funding being cut and then cut again