UNISON research shows 89% of the public disagree with private sector involvement in delivering public services.
UNISON has warned colleges that are refusing to pay the nationally agreed pay award that they will face industrial action.
Many thousands of workers are talking their way out of a job, as voice loss threatens the livelihood of 1 in 50 call centre workers, warned UNISON, the UK
The police service is the last public service to review terms and conditions for its staff, wasting vast amounts of public money
A UNISON survey revels non teaching staff in higher education are badly treated by managers, colleagues and students across the UK
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, congratulated Chancellor Gordon Brown for his part in getting £30 billion of debt for 18 of the world’s poorest countries cancelled. But emphasised that more has to be done.
Who speaks for health service managers?
UNISON and FDA launch unprecedented new trade union organisation to represent health service managers
UNISON national school meals conference calls for minimum standards and more time to prepare decent, nutritious school dinners. Ruth Kelly will attend Conference.
Results from the Healthcare Commissions survey on violence in mental health service come as no suprise to UNISON
Cuts to further education funding could mean the scrapping of British Sign Language courses in colleges
UNISON’s reaction to today’s Queen’s speech
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) in the meat industry are failing to stop contamination of meat.
UNISON reaction to Health Secretary’s announcement to double the use of the private sector in healthcare
UNISON General Secretary says this is not the time for talk about a change of Labour leader.