UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Donate to aid efforts in Gaza and Israel

‘We are encouraging all our branches to support the critical work of Medical Aid for Palestinians and the Red Cross,’ says general secretary

All employers in the NHS must play by the same pay rules

Ministers must end the two-tier employment scandal in the NHS and ensure all employers in the service play by the same rules.

Wirral hospitals strike paused as workers win back pay after lengthy campaign

Healthcare staff rebanding payments on the table

New Environment Agency offer means strike suspension and pay talks

Government finally gives green light to talk about pay

Members at a Liveability special education school in Poole, Dorset, taking strike action over low pay

Poole education members strike over low pay

Members at the Victoria Education Centre voted for action by 97% in an 81% turnout

Social worker Angela Medford

UNISON is standing up for social workers and their profession

Four new films illustrate why social work is important and why being in a union is vital too

Local government unions agree to accept pay offer for 2023

‘The first priority is to get this money into members’ pay packets as soon as possible’

UNISON sign at the union's centre in London

Reserved (low pay) seat threshold for 2024

The cut-off wage for election to reserved (low pay) seats in the union rises to £12.70 an hour

UNISON attends PSI conference in Geneva

UNISON president Libby Nolan led the union’s delegation to the 31st PSI conference in Geneva

Overseas nurses gather at their annual seminar in UNISON centre

Overseas nurses gather for ‘empowering’ day

This year’s overseas nurses’ network seminar allowed members to engage with leaders in the nursing sectors about their priorities for overseas nurses

‘Pay gaps exist because no one is looking,’ disabled members hear

UNISON’s disabled members’ conference debates pay gaps, the national care service, and the health and disability white paper

old-fashioned tap with water running from it

Scottish Water staff to strike for four days in November

UNISON says the action will have serious implications for water and sewage services

COVID Wall with Christina McAnea in front

Blog: Your experiences are vital to the COVID Inquiry

Hearings set for a circus of ‘axe-grinding and score-settling’ that drowns out the suffering

Disabled people should be asking employers if they are ‘fit to employ’

MSP Pam Duncan-Glancy tells UNISON’s disabled members conference that delegates work is ‘changing lives’

Disabled members look towards the general election

UNISON’s disabled members conference opened with a round-up of the year’s activity – including positive lobbying for disability equality