“The sale is yet another sign that the UK’s energy sector is in a precarious state.”
For change to happen we all need to vote. And the first step to being able to vote is to make sure you’re registered to vote
Local MPs back drug and alcohol support workers, who were told that pay rises would match NHS workers
These are just some of the incredible UNISON women leading the way not only in our union, but across our labour movement. Their successes are something that we should be proud of and shout loudly about – as we encourage others to follow in their footsteps.
Workers should not be saddled with debt for years because of the blunders of a company
UNISON runs an annual learning event for members working in private companies that deliver public services – it’s a great way to develop the skills and confidence to deal with issues in your workplace
The government will play every trick in the book and even plan to break the law if it means getting the result they want. We cannot let them succeed.
Porters, care workers, security staff and parking wardens are at greater risk of physical and verbal attack, injury or illness, because they work alone for long periods, says UNISON today (Tuesday) as it launches the first union gig economy safety guide. The union warns that staff cuts, the growth of zero-hours contracts and an increase in the […]
Commenting on Jeremy Corbyn’s speech today (Tuesday) to the delegates gathered at the 151st Trades Union Congress in Brighton,UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “These reforms promise a sea change in the workplace, one that’s long overdue. “It’s become far too easy for unscrupulous bosses to treat their staff unfairly, safe in the knowledge their […]
Privatisation demeans, damages and destroys. Privatisation was never a necessity, nor will it ever be. The toxic mix of privatisation and austerity was a political choice, but there is an alternative to this wanton profiteering.
Privatisation failed in the 80s, again in the 90s and it’s still failing today
More than two thirds of staff rejected offers on pay and pensions during the summer
UNISON’s charity There for You has once again helped send hundreds of children back to school in new uniforms – and is encouraging parents to pledge to make the most of the old uniforms
On staffing, on medicine and even on food, the NHS risks being pushed off the cliff edge – we can’t let Boris Johnson’s no-deal wreck it
Health service could be brought to its knees without a deal