Milburn Announcement on Overseas Health Firms

UNISON National Secretary Karen Jennings, said:

Rail Disaster Victim Inspires Good Citizens in UNISON

PUBLIC service union UNISON is keeping alive the memory of Paddington rail disaster victim Bob Cotton with an award for members who have made outstanding contributions to their communities.

RCN and Agenda For Change

Following news that the Royal College of Nursing is threatening to suspend their involvement in the Agenda for Change talks, Paul Marks, National Secretary for UNISON, the UK

UNISON Calls For Inquiry Into Conflict of Interest by the “Big Five” Over PFI and PPPs

In the wake of the downfall of accountants Arthur Andersen, UNISON, the UK

Calls From Pensioners Flood UNISON Offices

Calls from pensioners across the UK have been flooding in to UNISON, the UK

UNISON Calls For “Clamp Down on Violence” Against Traffic Wardens and Parking Attendants

UNISON Calls on Government to Address Dramatic Pay Inequalities for Teaching Assistants

UNISON, the UK

Community Support Officers Fit the Bill

Consultation and local accountability are the key to the successful introduction of Community Support Officers (CSO) said UNISON, the UK

Hospital Attack on Grandmother – UNISON Reaction

UNISON, the UK

Consultant’s Contracts – UNISON Reaction

UNISON, the UK

UNISON TO MEET WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYERS TOMORROW OVER £4,000 LONDON WEIGHTING CLAIM

UNISON, the largest trade union in local government, will meet with the local government employers group representing 32 London Boroughs tomorrow (June 13) at 2pm to discuss the £4,000 London Weighting claim.

INDUSTRIAL ACTION LOOMS AS UNISON REJECTS

UNISON, the largest education union in the UK, today rejected a 2.3% pay offer for staff in Further Education, saying it was nowhere near enough to eliminate low pay in the sector. Industrial action is now likely in the autumn in support of fair pay.

SPIDERMAN LAUNCHES NEXT PHASE IN UNISON

UNISON, the UK

NOP SURVEY FINDS LOCAL GOVERNMENT WORKERS FEEL UNDERVALUED, UNDERPAID AND READY TO QUIT

Nearly 70% of local government workers considered leaving their jobs in the past year, saying they felt undervalued and poorly paid, an NOP survey has found.

UNISON Forces Contractors to Pay Back Missing Millions in Pension Scam

Private contractors who withheld pensions benefits from ex-NHS staff, will be forced to pay back millions of pounds following a victory by UNISON, the UK