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Glasgow janitors win pay rise as new school year starts

20-month dispute ends in victory for janitors in nursery, primary and ASL schools

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Higher education: UNISON wins SOAS commitment to end outsourcing

Union’s campaign sees employer agree to bring all core support services back in house by September 2018

UNISON members who are citizens of other EU countries line up on Parliament Square, Westminster, with #Righttostay placards

EU citizens facing discrimination over jobs and housing

Government urged to stem the tide of ‘uncertainty and confusion’

‘I go without lunch and tell my colleagues I’m on a diet’

As part of our Pay Up Now! campaign calling for an end to the pay cap, members have been telling us their stories of living without enough money…

How UNISON changed the law: the story behind our success

UNISON has won the most significant judicial intervention in the history of British employment law

Pay cap: the numbers behind public sector pay

Public sector pay is in the news – but what exactly are the numbers behind the pay cap?

UNISON speaking up for public services placards tied to railing

Further education: Dispute registered over plans for Nottingham redundancies

Official dispute registered after 385 staff, including some on term-time only contracts, told they are at risk – after the end of term

UNISON and Unite members line a corridor as part of a protest against pension changes at Hull university

Higher education: Hull members protest against pension cuts

Low-paid staff could lose as much as £1,000 a year in retirement

UNISON legal victory sees employment tribunal fees scrapped

Anyone who has been treated illegally or unfairly at work will no longer have to pay to take their employers to court – as a direct result of UNISON’s legal challenge

Home care: Low paid workers told to wait for back pay

Care workers owed up to six years’ back pay after being paid below the minimum wage will have to wait until October for the money they are owed after a government announcement today

2017 Labour Link committee – notice of ballots

Ballots for four seats on the Labour Link national committee – Greater London, North West, South East and South West – open on 9 August and close on 15 September.

EU citizens: UNISON returns to Parliament to defend members

Union backing new lobby for the ‘right to remain’ for EU citizens in the UK

Higher education: Government urged to get a grip on vice chancellor salaries

UNISON has written to universities minister Jo Johnson to call for more transparency in decision-making over pay in the higher education sector.

Unions urge foreign secretary to help stop Saudi beheadings

Unions call on foreign secretary to help stop the imminent execution of 14 pro-democracy activists in Saudi Arabia