Action For Sick Children and UNISON Announce Winners of Best Practice Awards

The winners of the Action for Sick Children Best Practice Awards, sponsored by UNISON, were announced at a reception in the Great Hall of Bart

UNISON Calls for Investment to End Fire-Fighters Dispute

The National Executive Council (NEC) of UNISON, the UK

UNISON says top up fees a disaster for public services

UNISON, the UK

Action for Sick Children/UNISON Announce Winners of Best Practice Awards

UNISON, the UK

Agenda for Change – UNISON Reaction

Commenting on the Agenda for Change proposals, Karen Jennings, Head of Health for UNISON the UK

Agenda for Change Should Not Undermine Fire-Fighters Dispute

UNISON, the UK

UNISON welcomes commitment to maintain spending on public services

UNISON, the UK

UNISON General Secretary at CBI Conference

Co-operation, involvement and inspiration are they key to modernising public services, not the private sector and not competition. This is the tough message that Dave Prentis, General Secretary of UNISON, the UK

UNISON welcomes tenants win in campaign to stop housing stock transfer

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Nurse Wins Groundbreaking Legal Case in High Court

Employers have strict liability to ensure that their employees are protected from exposure to such harmful substances as latex, following a ground-breaking decision in the high court in London today. The decision will have wide-ranging consequences not just for the NHS but for industry in general, because employers will no longer be able to argue that they didn

UNISON Welcomes Plans for NHS University

UNISON, the UK

Agenda for Change Talks

The NHS Union Negotiating Team of RCN, UNISON, GMB, CSP and Amicus responding to reports in today

Council workers in UNISON to strike on November 26 to pile on pressure over London Weighting claim

UNISON members across London

UNISON Urges Miss World Boycott

UNISON, the UK

Ambulance Worker Accepts £140,000 Compensation for Back Injury

An ambulance worker who lost the job he loved as a result of a serious back injury, has today accepted an offer of £140,000 compensation from the Greater Manchester Ambulance Service. Mr Norman Thurrell (58) was supported by his union, UNISON, after he was badly injured in August 1999 as a result of faulty ambulance equipment.