“World Class Public Services Need Budget Tax Boost” Says UNISON

UNISON, the UK

UNISON welcomes Ofsted report on teaching assistants

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Calls For Budget For Public Services

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Calls For Living Wage For Low Paid

UNISON, the UK

“Pay Your Share” UNISON Tells Big Business

Reacting to calls from the head of the CBI Digby Jones, not to raise business taxes in the Budget, UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis called on big business to

UNISON launches national teaching assistants network

UNISON, the UK

Privatisation of halls of residence pricing student out of university, UNISON warns

Rents for privatised halls of residence accommodation have risen by up to 22%, prompting fears that students are being priced out of university, a new UNISON study has found.

UNISON study finds drop in school meals services

UNISON is concerned that the price of school meals has risen faster than inflation, while services have become increasingly fragmented as private companies take over.

It’s Official – Gender Pay Gap There From The Start

Even before women enter full-time work, they come face to face with the gender pay gap. This is the finding of a UNISON survey into student pay, which shows that female students already earn on average 24% less than their male counterparts. The findings build on recent research showing that female undergraduates are paid 15% less than male colleagues at the start of their working lives and more than 30% less by the time they reach their 50

Sick To Death of the Tories Warns UNISON

UNISON, the UK

“V for victory” as tenants vote no in Birmingham

Tenants in Birmingham have voted no to the City Council’s proposal to transfer 88,000 council homes to social landlords.

UNISON Health Group Conference, Brighton 29 April

UNISON, Britain

Retention of employment in the NHS

UNISON the UK

Two-tier workforce proposals – UNISON reaction

UNISON, the UK

UNISON appoints acting Regional Secretary for Wales

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