Ballots will be held to fill 59 seats on the union’s service group executives – nominations will open in September
UNISON urges members to fill in questionnaire to help gather evidence for parliamentary inquiry, ending on 6 September
The government is carrying out a consultation on proposals to ‘remove barriers’ to longer private-sector tenancies in England
People are suddenly finding that their Universal Credit payments either stop completely or fall dramatically simply because of the way they are paid. What’s more they can lose hundreds of pounds.
Like on the Employment Tribunal Fees case, we believe that we have a strong case, with both the facts and what’s right on our side.
The Council has created an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty for local residents and for staff.
‘We believe the Court of Appeal got this decision completely wrong and will do everything we can to reverse it’
New pension schemes will leave staff struggling to plan for retirement and significantly worse off in their old age
Our whole union stands by our members in Northamptonshire as they fight for their jobs, their pay and the services they provide. We will continue to do so, through whatever challenges they face next. And we will never stop fighting for better funding, better management and better pay for all our public services.
Dave Prentis comments on a report from the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) into Universal Credit failings.
UNISON’s new president Gordon McKay talks about his ambitions for his year in office
National pay offer rejected by two thirds of members in recent consultation
UNISON members in Leicester celebrating after plans to move them out of the NHS are dropped
Plans to announce yet more cuts and closures to services will leave the most vulnerable people in the county with nowhere to turn
It’s one year since UNISON beat the government at the Supreme Court and forced an immediate change in the law. The case made headlines. Now we can tell the full story of how David beat Goliath. It’s a remarkable, epic tale that spans over four years. And it’s all true.