Information for honorary branch auditors from UNISON head of audit John Nagle
76% of people who responded to survey about the strike back UNISON members defending their pay
UNISON members share their experiences of what the local government cuts have meant for library services where they live and work
Search by postcode to find out how much schools near you will lose
Teaching assistants, school supervisors, admin staff and other support workers striking between 7am and 1pm every day this week
UNISON calls for living wage and an end to age discrimination ‘built into’ minimum wage
Nominations for members to stand for seats on the union’s national executive council must be made by 10 February
UNISON members can help teaching union NASUWT with its annual survey into the true cost of education for families
The rise of food banks are the most visible face of the poverty crisis affecting the UK in 2017 – they’re the country’s new emergency service. We spent a few days at one to find out more
Libraries are under threat – what’s happening with them in your area?
Last month, members of the public shared messages for all the public sector staff working over Christmas – and it’s been a huge hit
It’s a new year, why not try one of UNISON’s courses for a new you?
Grants available to support members studying in further and higher education
Activists can apply for substantial financial help for trade union and labour studies and women’s studies courses
General secretary Dave Prentis speaks at funeral, recalling Eric as ‘a man who inspired happiness, loyalty, good memories and love’