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UNISON welcomes probation report

Report from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation bears out what the union has said

Birkbeck cleaners win fight to be directly employed

Successful campaign follows others at universities in London

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‘Every higher education worker should get the pay they deserve’

Pay, pensions, equality and climate dominate discussion at UNISON higher education conference

Unions state concern for health and safety of prison staff

UNISON signs joint letter to prisons minister

Christina McAnea speaking at the rostrum at UNISON higher education conference

Preparing for the future

‘We are the first and main line of defence,’ higher education conference hears

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University staff map out the challenges ahead

Delegates gather to debate the issues at UNISON’s higher education conference

Blog: As Labour leader, Keir Starmer would take our values back into government

UNISON supports the candidate who has used his lawyer’s skills and talents to support working people

Support pregnant UNISON members in casualised work

Union reps: take 10 minutes to fill in our survey

Northumbria Police sign Dying to Work charter to protect terminally ill staff

‘Our officers and staff help so many people in their times of need – it’s only right that our organisations do the same’

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‘I don’t want bailiffs to come to the door’ – how debt affects us and how UNISON can help

“No matter what the circumstances are, we can always do something to help.”

Branch resources review underway

Providing all branches with effective support and resources is UNISON’s ‘key priority’

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Get elected – and help UNISON remain relevant and effective in the 2020s

The nomination period is about to open for this year’s service group executive elections

2019 reviewed – part two

Despite the challenge posed by Boris, Brexit and a bitter general election, UNISON members continued to fight for quality public services and workers’ rights

A year in UNISON: 2019 reviewed – part one

A lot happened in the UK in 2019. But as usual, UNISON members stuck to their principles, kept their feet on the ground and scored some notable victories

Contacting UNISON over the festive period

UNISONDirect hours over Christmas and the new year