Our union has always been at the forefront of fighting the hatred of the far right in our communities – that’s why we’re proud supporters of HOPE not hate. So I’m delighted to have become a patron of the HOPE education action fund. Taking the fight against that hate into our schools is vital. Working […]
With Local Service Champions Day fast approaching on 17 October, we chatted with Diane Peacock, the branch secretary at UNISON’s City of Sunderland branch, about the exciting plans her team have in place to celebrate local government’s hidden heroe
A blog from Kendal Bromley-Bewes
First time delegates and private contractor members, Richard Kennedy and Margaret Hotham, give us the low down on their first year at UNISON’s national delegate conference.
At UNISON, we know that many members deliver public services but are employed by private contractors. If that’s you, you may be wondering how recent pay deals for the sector you work in will affect you. Be assured, UNISON negotiators have not forgotten you. We are fighting to get you the same benefits as your […]
Members at Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS trust started a five-day strike today – here’s why, their own words
Pay deal will affect hundreds of thousands of local government members
Branches asked to comment on revised recommendation on pay offer for England, Wales and Northern Ireland
It’s National Apprenticeship Week and UNISON is celebrating the good, while protecting against the bad and the ugly side of apprenticeships
After the Budget failed to deliver for public service workers’ pay, the fight moves on
Liam Rosenior – a footballer with a conscience
More than 600 UNISON members struggling to pay for their heating, have been awarded over £30,000 thanks to UNISON’s dedicated welfare charity, There For You.
UNISON members are electing the union’s national executive council – key reasons why you should use your vote and return the ballot paper
#heartunions was back for 2017 and the energy and enthusiasm of our members and activists did UNISON proud.