UNISON Cymry / Wales lobbying sees seventh council agree to pay new annual registration fees for school staff
General secretary offers support to BMA action on visit to pickets at his local hospital in north London
UNISON stands behind the junior doctors as they stand up for their rights at work and for patient safety, but unfortunately these attacks will come as no surprise to student nurses
Commenting on the second day of strike action by junior doctors over threatened cuts to the pay they get for working at weekends and at nights, UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis said: “Jeremy Hunt has singlehandedly managed to publically alienate vital medical professionals who now feel they have no choice but to take strike action […]
Elaine Brooks has worked in libraries all her life, and so has her friend and fellow UNISON member Elaine Cotterell. Today they travelled to London to speak up for libraries.
UNISON has always argued that public services must stay public unless there is an evidenced ‘public interest case’ to prove otherwise. So we welcome the Our Services Our Say campaign which puts the case forward about the fundamental importance of public services to society and communities.
Across the country, members join together to celebrate trade unions
The issue of losing my tax credits was keeping me awake at night: as a single mum I didn’t know how I was going to provide for my family
Not for the first time, this government has underestimated our great movement. So we will fight all the battles to come. And we’ll overcome whatever hurdles are placed in our way.
UNISON president issues call as activists and members get out and about to spread pride in the union
A local government member tells us about the effect of cuts on his community’s archive
During heart UNISON week it’s worth remembering that while taking strike action is never easy, the results can make a huge difference to people’s lives
Commenting on new research published today (Monday) by the TUC that says health employees are the most likely to experience violence at work, UNISON head of health Christina McAnea said: “Sadly these figures confirm the evidence from the NHS itself that the level of violence against medical and health care workers is unacceptably high. “It’s especially […]
Cymru Wales members will be taking to high streets and workplaces next week to celebrate union achievements
UNISON will continue to campaign for better mental health services, and workplaces that support those who need support. Together, we can help remove the barriers to understanding mental health.