Nurses and midwives warned that lapses will mean losing their registration and put their ability to work at risk
We will keep on making ourselves heard on this until the death rate in Qatar’s construction sector is reduced to zero, and workers can freely choose employment. No-one should ever be placed in such great risk at work, or denied their most basic and fundamental rights. UNISON will continue to stand with those who face such ill-treatment, whether at home or abroad.
Our Oxford Brookes University branch is holding an information stall with advice on how to tackle a range of health and safety concerns in the workplace
The government must do more to reassure staff and the public that new NHS service delivery reforms are not a cover for further cuts, says UNISON. Last Friday was the deadline for the submission of 44 new sustainability and transformation plans across England, which are intended to provide better co-ordination of health and social care […]
MPs will debate the future of the local government pension scheme (LGPS) in Westminster Hall today (Monday) in response to concerns that the government plans to interfere in investment decisions. More than 100,000 people have signed a petition, backed by UNISON, saying it should be up to the funds to decide where they invest in […]
UNISON has a proud record of supporting health and safety reps in the workplace, and building positive relationships on these issues with employers – that’s why we’re handing out “High 5’s” to branches who are doing great work promoting health and safety in the workplace.
Two thirds of NHS students have been forced to take work on top of their studies to supplement their income, according to a new report from UNISON published today (Friday). Healthcare students are lobbying their MPs at constituency surgeries today to press their case for adequate funding during their studies. The proportion of nursing and […]
As the Food Standards Agency proposes loosening the regulation of meat, UNISON is working with change.org and the family of a food poisoning victim, to fight back
Further education committee agrees to talks, but further strikes remain a possibility
UNISON is accusing Derby City Council of inflaming tensions and escalating a dispute with school support staff who have seen their pay slashed by up to 25%. The staff – who begin their latest two-day strike today (Thursday) – plan to distribute balloons and stickers to parents and children as part of their good-natured community […]
Durham teaching assistants have voted overwhelmingly for strike action in the long-running dispute over cuts to their pay, their union UNISON has announced today (Wednesday). UNISON held a ballot over Durham County Council plans to move teaching assistants to term-time pay. This could see school support staff lose up to 23% of their wages. The […]
General secretary Dave Prentis visits branch to see first hand the practical help and support provided to members
Days like today make me so proud to be UNISON, and of everything our activists and members do to make each other’s lives better, alongside helping our communities every single day
Union sets up lay working group to develop proposals on changing funds to opting in system, required by Trade Union Act