UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Contacting UNISON over the festive period

UNISONDirect hours over Christmas and the new year

UNISON wins huge settlement for school meals workers

UNISON forced catering company Dolce to pay workers thousands of unpaid wages after cutting their hours

The entrance of the Supreme Court

Q&A: Who could be entitled to thousands in unpaid wages?

UNISON’s head of legal services, Shantha David, explains what the union’s recent Supreme Court victory means for workers

COP 28 logo

UNISON takes the call for a just transition to COP28

NEC member Tony Wright explains what he’ll be doing in Dubai and why it’s vital that UNISON has a presence there

Christina McAnea address young members at their conference in Newcastle 2023

Young members gather at conference in Newcastle

Christina McAnea spoke about how the world of work has changed since she left school, saying: “Without doubt, being young today is so much harder”

Blog: The shocking treatment of migrant workers harms us all

The government should stop demonising migrants, instigate reform and create a national care service

Sue Ryles, John McDonnell and Claire Stanhope hold Stars In Our Schools signs

Stars in Our Schools goes to Parliament

School support staff had the opportunity to share their experiences with politicians

Christina McAnea urges chancellor to make ‘real and positive change’ for disabled workers

‘Threatening benefit cuts or accusing disabled people of “not doing their duty” achieves nothing,’ writes UNISON general secretary

UNISON members in Northern Ireland on strike

Education workers across Northern Ireland take action for pay justice

‘Education workers in Northern Ireland are not prepared to sit and wait while you sort out all the political problems. Working people need pay justice now’

UNISON president Libby Noon addressing the union's LGBT+ conference

UNISON president welcomes the union’s Year of LGBT+ Workers

Libby Nolan says she looks forward to helping make it ‘the best year possible’

Mother and baby

Survey reveals impact on families of low maternity pay

Statutory maternity pay, at 47% of the national living wage and 37% of women’s median incomes, is forcing new mothers back to work early or into debt

UNISON launches its One Team Awards for NHS staff

New awards will honour members working in non-clinical support and operational services

Comparing piles of coins

Financial wellbeing week – spaces still available

The week aims to help UNISON members to develop skills in financial capability, how to manage money and battle debt pressures

Hands under flowing water

Thames Water announces it is to consult on axing 300 jobs

UNISON argues the plans are short sighted and will have wide ranging consequences, and vows it will fight to protect jobs

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Donate to aid efforts in Gaza and Israel

‘We are encouraging all our branches to support the critical work of Medical Aid for Palestinians and the Red Cross,’ says general secretary