You call 999, you’re put through to someone, the police arrive… But of course, it’s never as simple as that
A UNISON trio are balancing their public service jobs with a new role – as rock stars
Women have always been central to trade unions and the fight for a better society. To celebrate International Women’s Day we’ve put together a timeline of some of their key achievements
Dead bodies, detective work and the truth about food poisoning – the work of the environmental health officer has no shortage of surprises
UNISON members across the UK played a part in protecting their trade union rights
Email your MP to add their voice to tomorrow’s (23 March) Westminster Hall debate
Polly Smith is a homecare worker
Friends and fellow UNISON members Elaine Brooks and Elaine Cotterell have worked in libraries all their lives. They travelled to London to defend their passion
I work with people who have memory problems. I’m a community psychiatric nurse so I go to the homes of people who have Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia.
Annette is a medical secretary in Scotland who loves that UNISON stands up for the whole NHS
I spend my days talking to members of the public on the phone, answering their queries on environmental issues, from planning and environmental health to housing repairs like a broken toilet
As a library assistant my job is to be the first point of contact for people who come in to use the services – I look after the book stock, order new books, transfer books, advise parents on what level children’s books their child should have and more
I first got involved with UNISON because I had a workplace issue; I was accused of stealing something from the organisation I used to work at
My job is to support people with learning difficulties to live in the community independently.
Hundreds of student nurses have protested against proposed cuts to bursaries