Branches should make sure their websites are up to date
UNISON praises ‘one step forward in dealing with the complex issue of precarious employment’
‘Children’s centres have been left in limbo,’ says UNISON
Find out how many police officers, police staff and PCSOs you have in your area
Branch appeals for donations to hardship fund as workers start two weeks on the picket line for sick pay from international company worth hundreds of millions
March was a momentous month for UNISON members – not least because of a proposed revamp of NHS pay that could benefit a million health workers.
Although no offer has been tabled, UNISON described the discussions as “constructive” and all parties have said they intend to make progress across all elements of the claim at the next meeting.
Industrial action ballot follows 91% rejection of proposed move to ‘defined contribution’ scheme in consultation of affected members
‘The agreement would mean an end at last to the government’s self-defeating and unfair 1% pay cap,’ says union.
UNISON reacts to minister’s announcement of review into English further education funding, alongside ‘efficiency and resilience’
Branches asked to comment on revised recommendation on pay offer for England, Wales and Northern Ireland
UNISON’s welfare charity is holding an election to find six trustees to direct its work
Regional Council last year agreed to establish an annual organising award. This award has been established in memory of Eric Roberts, a long standing regional activist, UNISON President, NEC member and Branch Secretary of the London Ambulance Branch, following his untimely death in November 2016 during his presidency. Eric was a trade unionist who was […]