Response to major report into health service and care workforce
Smooth handover now needed and assurances about jobs after privatisation failure
University’s move comes just days after University of Manchester becomes 5,000th living wage employer
Announcement comes as Manchester University becomes 5000th living wage employer and UNISON names and shames colleges over pay
Firm’s collapse another example of catastrophic failures of privatisation
Tomorrow (Saturday) the streets of three UK cities – London, Cardiff and Glasgow – will be full of people standing up to racism as they take part in marches and rallies in support of UN Anti-Racism Day.
They take the editor’s award in the city’s Evening Times Scotswoman of the Year awards
UNISON is working with TB Alert to let members know that latent TB can be diagnosed and treated before it wakes up
UNISON health and safety seminar hears 66% of lone workers have faced violence and aggression
Union says stewards need to make sure employers are paying the proper amounts when the new wage rates come into force on 1 April
The union welcomes government’s proposals, but is concerned that no further funds are being made available for genuinely affordable homes
Commenting on today’s votes in Parliament (Thursday) UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The UK is sleepwalking towards a disastrous no-deal Brexit. “Unless MPs can get their act together quickly, the country will fall off a cliff and there’ll be no coming back. “It’s time for those politicians who genuinely want to reach a deal […]
The Environment Agency has refused to make a better offer – or even to reopen talks
We’re balloting our Environment Agency members on industrial action. Our members are dedicated and hard-working and devoted to their jobs, keeping us all safe. They feel – with much justification – that the Agency has taken advantage of this dedication.
Chancellor’s spring statement fails to tackle the issues that will cast a shadow over generations