30% of Teaching Assistants Regularly Take Classes Says UNISON

UNISON, the biggest union in education representing 250,000 schools staff, said today that 30% of teaching assistants regularly take whole classes without a teacher being present and over 15% are asked to provide cover for teacher absences.

UNISON Claims Poor Planning Putting Extra NHS Funding at Risk

UNISON, the UK

Cuts in Junior Doctors’ Hours – UNISON Reaction

UNISON Airs Views on Airport Expansion Plans

UNISON, the UK

UNISON urges government to steer clear of private sector managing NHS hospitals

UNISON, the UK

UNISON disappointed by NUT survey on teaching assistants

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Brands Green Paper a Missed Opportunity for Bold Pensions Overhaul

UNISON, the UK

UNISON to appeal traffic warden ad decision

UNISON today lodged an appeal against a decision by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) that an advertisement featuring a traffic warden

UNISON warns council inspection process a misuse of time and money

UNISON, the UK

Foundation hospitals could lead to two-tier service, warns UNISON

Creating elite foundation hospitals runs the risk of creating poor relations in the surrounding Trusts, says UNISON.

UNISON Says Stock Transfer Proposal in Birmingham an Insult to Tenants

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Calls for Investment to End Fire-Fighters Dispute

The National Executive Council (NEC) of UNISON, the UK

Action For Sick Children and UNISON Announce Winners of Best Practice Awards

The winners of the Action for Sick Children Best Practice Awards, sponsored by UNISON, were announced at a reception in the Great Hall of Bart

UNISON says top up fees a disaster for public services

UNISON, the UK

Action for Sick Children/UNISON Announce Winners of Best Practice Awards

UNISON, the UK