Bromley Council has been ordered to pay more than £64,000 in compensation to 18 of its staff
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union is to ballot its 300,000 NHS members in England for strike action
Ballot papers to go out next week to more than 500 UNISON members working for the FSA in England, Wales and Scotland
Proposals to let staff run hospitals may sound attractive in theory, but in practice are fraught with pitfalls
Strike action by local government and school support workers has been an overwhelming success, with more than one million public service workers taking part.
Calling time on the devastating public sector pay cap would create thousands of jobs and pump millions of pounds into the UK economy, according to a landmark report
UNISON has warned NHS commissioners that secrecy over health tendering in Staffordshire is against public interest and demands full disclosure of procurement plans.
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, is calling on the Government to pledge the funding needed to deliver safe and dignified end of life care. The call comes in the wake of the review into the Liverpool Care Pathway which is being replaced by new recommendations* published today.
UNISON warns that so-called u-turn is not what it seems
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, today (25 June) warned that banning exclusivity clauses does not go far enough in helping over a million workers stuck on zero hour contracts.
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today backed calls for greater transparency and reporting in the NHS
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, is calling for an urgent cash injection into child protection and mental health services for vulnerable children, as social workers struggle to keep up with demand.
UNISON today confirmed that its local government and school support staff members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be taking one day of strike action on 10 July in support of better pay. The decision was taken following a yes vote in a strike ballot, announced earlier today.
UNISON warns of a growing working poverty crisis among low-paid public service workers as the union ballots members for strike action over pay row with Government
Prospect of a further £2bn cut in the NHS budget a real blow for patients and staff