UNISON welcomes assurances that ‘in work conditionality’ will be put on pause
Equal pay victory ‘would be an inspiration to millions of other women fighting for better pay’.
Further education should not be at the bottom of the pecking order when it comes to investment.
UNISON research shows parents and carers struggle to stay in work because of inflexible working conditions
Two months of industrial action and campaigning shows why we need to go for growth, executive hears
Health and Care Professions Council is advertising for a new chair of council: closing date 19 November
Conference discussed the importance of supporting and recruiting disabled staff and of supporting staff with mental health problems
UNISON’s police and justice sector heard of the many problems caused by privatisation in the justice sector at their national conference.
Around 8,000 school staff, nursery workers, care workers, caterers and cleaners – the majority of them UNISON members – will walk out on 23 and 24 October in the largest equal pay strike since the Equal Pay Act was passed
Further education colleges play a vital role in the fabric of our local communities. They are one of the key building blocks of our education system, yet they are being chipped away by a government who profess to care about education and yet underfund and cut it every chance they get.
Police and justice conference hears the inspirational story of Marcellus Baz
There’s no good reason to pay staff a pound less than others doing the same job, just because they’re employed by a subco. UNISON will stand with these striking workers – and others fighting unfair subcos – every step of the way as they fight for the wages they deserve.
There was outcry at UNISON’s police and justice conference today at the new lists that bar police staff from jobs for life.
Pay reform in the police and probation service was the first topic of this year’s police and justice service group conference
Assistant general secretary Christina McAnea addresses police and justice conference