NHS trust workers demonstrating against the plans

I love working for the NHS – so I’m striking against being outsourced

Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh hospital staff strike for 48 hours over plans to outsource their jobs to wholly owned private company

UNISON urges government to scrap damaging NHS competition rules

Ministers should scrap the damaging competition rules that force the NHS to sell off its services to private firms.

Academy workers face jobs threat

UNISON is organising meetings and support after Cheshire academy chain announced 43 redundancies at seven schools across the county

Visitors' entrance to Palace of Westminster

Nursery campaigners meet minister to call for better funding

Salford UNISON, parents and mayor put the case to Nadhim Zahawi

UNISON steps up for public services

Dave Prentis: ‘It’s time for an end to austerity; an end to cuts; an end to Tory cruelty’

Montage of faces and pay up now logo

Higher ed employers make final offer

Service group executive meets on 23 May to consider offer of 2% or £425 a year

NHS trust workers demonstrating against the plans

Wigan hospital staff vote for strike over outsourcing plans

NHS trust’s plans to move jobs and workers to its own private company sees 89% vote for strike – in a 79% turn-out

Helping with the cost of school uniforms

The union’s welfare charity There for You has once again got a limited fund to help members deal with the costs of school uniforms

letters saying vote

It’s not us, it’s all about YOU!

What on earth is a UNISON service group? And what have they got to do with you? As it turns out, quite a lot actually

Parents and children campaign at Westminster

Sunshine and showers – April’s highlights

April may have started with the Easter holidays but there was no rest for UNISON staff, activists and members. And there was only one issue on everyone’s mind – pay.

Children at the Houses of Parliament

Save our nurseries: when the kids went to Westminster

Are these the youngest UNISON campaigners?

The UK’s disappearing meat hygiene inspectors

Between March 2013 and April 2017, the number of meat inspectors employed by the independent Food Standards Agency (FSA) dropped by 30%

A win for employees at Nottingham City Council

Court of Appeal rules in UNISON members’ favour over incremental pay

Youngsters show racism the red card

Dave Prentis praises the ‘inspirational work’ of school children from across the UK

UNISON challenges police commissioner takeover of fire services

Concern for support staff jobs as cost-cutting drives government agenda