UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis comments on Osborne’s letter to public sector workers asking them to find ways to save money.
“The huge job cuts announcement at Centrica is a major blow for workers” said UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis.
UNISON has decided to nominate Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour Party leadership contest and Yvette Cooper as its second choice at the union’s National Labour Link committee today (Wednesday).
UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis commenting on the publication of the Trade Union Bill.
UNISON condemns recent attack against trade unionist whose car was found vandalised with homophobic slurs outside his home
UNISON members are today (Tuesday) staging a two-hour stoppage in England and Wales between 8am and 10am in the ongoing dispute over pay
Working people on low incomes got a rough deal from the government last week, and no amount of dressing up of the new ‘living’ wage can mask the fact that poorer families will be much worse off, says UNISON.
‘The economy is growing yet public servants remain shut out of the recovery’
UNISON members working in probation service in England to stage two-hour stoppage on Tuesday 14 July between 8am-10am in ongoing dispute over pay
If grants and payment of tuition fees disappear and are replaced by loans, we risk burdening nursing and midwifery students with huge debts
UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis spoke at the Health+Care event at EXCEL London.
Wendy Nichols has been elected President of UNISON, the UK’s biggest public service union, following its annual conference in Glasgow.
UNISON has today (Monday) strongly condemned the government’s decision to award primary care support services – one of the largest NHS contracts worth £1bn over ten years – to outsourcing giant Capita.
Heavy workloads are leaving more than nine in ten (90 per cent) social workers without enough time to prepare for court cases involving vulnerable children and families, a new report from UNISON reveals today (Wednesday).
UNISON has today expressed serious concerns over the ‘unjustified’ transfer of 438 staff in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland from the Royal Institute for the Blind (RNIB) to Action for Blind People.