The health service would be revitalised by this major cash boost to our most cherished national institution
The ballot concentrated on safe staffing levels and pay parity, as health workers in Northern Ireland are paid less than their colleagues in Britain.
I know that in the days and weeks ahead, Labour can win this election where it counts – both on the streets, and by showing it has the best plans for working people. I promise you our union will be playing our part – and so will I.
Next government must help low-paid staff
Restoring Sure Start centres is a major priority
Police Scotland members say ‘yes’ to 3.25% pay rise this year and 3% next year
Hostile Tory policies have left overseas staff feeling unwanted and anxious about their futures
The cut-off wage for election to reserved (low pay) seats in the union is now £10.63 an hour
Commenting on Labour’s proposals to improve the workplace for women, UNISON assistant general secretary Christina McAnea said today (Thursday): “Balancing work with caring for children or elderly parents and running a home can be a struggle for many women. “Good employers know that paying women fairly, offering them generous maternity leave and pay packages, along with flexible […]
Chancellor’s pledges nowhere near enough to tackle nine years of austerity
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Nottingham emergency highlights pressures across the NHS
Briefing lays bare Tory thinking
Drug and alcohol support workers will be demonstrating outside the headquarters of employer Addaction today (Wednesday), over broken pay promises, says UNISON. Fifteen employees from Leigh and Wigan – who are midway through a five-day strike – will be in the capital to force the charity to listen to their demands for fair pay. The […]