UNISON spells out Brexit concerns

National executive council highlights three issues that need to be addressed to avoid ‘falling off a cliff’ next month

Liverpool hospital staff give 100% backing to industrial action

Ballot of outsourced support staff at Liverpool Women’s Hospital comes as company refuses to pay NHS rates

Care workers vote to strike over threat to sleep-in payments

UNISON members could lose £2,000 a year under plan by private company

Making David Attenborough proud

UNISON’s very own holiday resort is taking the lead and going green by taking massive steps and reducing its plastic consumption. In news that would hearten Sir David Attenborough himself, the resort in beautiful Croyde, north Devon, has started the second year of a program of initiatives to help protect the environment. Green measure taken […]

Bangor University

Union vows to resist Bangor university pension threat

Move against value of support workers’ pensions is ‘pretty shabby’, says UNISON

Working during the cold weather

Taking care of the people who keep public services running this winter

UNISON branch treasurer’s determination wins fair pay for college staff

‘At first it was gut instinct,’ says Julie Robinson, who challenged an error in how term-time staff at West Midlands sixth form college were being paid

UNISON helps University of Bath win living wage accreditation

More than 300 staff will gain as area’s second-largest employer makes the move

Defying the cold and looking to the future

UNISON started the new year in January as we mean to go on

End-of-year accounts for 2018 – branch audits

Information for honorary branch auditors from UNISON head of audit John Nagle

UCL UNISON launches #BringThemIn campaign for outsourced workers

‘Our members deserve equality in terms and conditions’ declares union

Speaking up for schools

Our consultation ballot is now open, so school support staff can have your say

Black members debate how to tackle knife crime

On the final morning of UNISON’s Black member’s conference, delegates opened with an emotional debate on the tragic toll of knife crime and how to combat the problem. Paulette Whyte for the national Black members’ committee reported that police had recorded over 39,000 knife offences for the year to the end of June 2018 – […]

Former vice president issues inspiring call to action

Carol Sewell urges Black members to be the ‘best they can be’ in UNISON

Windrush ‘nightmare’ won’t end until ‘hostile environment’ does

Black members share stories of individuals and families whose lives have been affected by the scandal