Mandatory jabs are the wrong approach and a massive distraction.
The union will work with the TUC to address the discredited report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, which downplays structural and institutional racism
With elections across the UK on 6 May, UNISON is supporting National Voter Registration Day on 19 April
Assistant general secretary Roger McKenzie looks at the background to the report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities and examines its failings
Help build the union’s campaign on greening our public services
Finances have been hit by increased spending to deal with COVID and a reduction in income because of the pandemic
A series of online Q&A sessions on the future of branches in UNISON is part of the union’s branch resources review
UNISON survey strengthen its One Team Us2 pay campaign for outsourced healthcare workers
West Midlands trust criticised for reimposing parking charges that were meant to be free during the pandemic
Care workers almost ignored once again
NEC agrees to ‘turn the temperature up on pay’, focus on public services in the lead up to the 6 May elections and maintain an international outlook
Important measure to stop infection spread
What is the branch resources review and why is it a good thing?
UNISON writes to NHS private contractors calling on them to pay Agenda for Change rates to all staff
First negotiations see the employers agree that there needs to be a rise in pay for hard-working higher education staff