UNISON, the UK
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, will tomorrow (Friday 9 July) warn the Government that unless it rejects right wing policies, delivers on promises and returns to a radical agenda, the Labour Party could cost Labour its core support.
UNISON, the union representing ambulance staff, today hailed the announcement that drivers on emergency 999 calls will no longer be fined for speeding, as a victory for common sense.
UNISON, the UK
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, has won a total of £225,000 for 29 cleaners and caterers after a six year battle against a private company which dismissed them and advertised the jobs on worse pay and conditions when it took over the service contract at Aintree Hospitals NHS Trust.
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, will today (Friday) launch a broadside against the Government for failing to honour a promise made four year
Malcolm Cantello, 62, was today (25 June) elected as vice president of UNISON, the public sector union. He is a public relations officer for a subsidiary company of Centro, the West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive and until December 2003 was branch secretary of the union
Pauline Thorne, 57, Assistant Registrar at the University of Sussex, was today (Friday) elected President of the UK
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today welcomed plans to cut waiting lists and improve care for the chronically sick, but warned that by relying on the private sector to increase capacity, they are undermining and damaging the NHS.
A borough training and development officer whose voluntary work has contributed to human right in the UK and in Pakistan is the winner of UNISON
UNISON is today calling for urgent Government action to close a serious legal loophole which is leaving overseas nurses at the mercy of unscrupulous employment agencies and vulnerable to exploitation.
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, said:
UNISON, the union representing 30,000 police staff is today calling for urgent action by the Police Staff Council to stamp out pay discrimination in the police force. The call comes in the wake of a new survey* which shows shocking and inexplicable differences in pay rates for the same job, from one force to the next.