UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, will today (25 February) call for zero tolerance of the racist politics of hate peddled by the British National Party.
Dave Prentis, Head of the UK
UNISON, the UK
General Secretary Dave Prentis calls on Government to honour commitment to end two-tier workforce. Speaking at UNISON Scottish activists conference, says it will be the “defining issue” in our dealing with the Government.
UNISON announces major campaign against growing threat of racism and BNP. General Secretary, Dave Prentis, speaks to the union’s black members conference in Cardiff.
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, has dismissed as
Commenting on the Inquiry into the death of David
UNISON welcomes vote of European Parliament to end Britain’s opt-out from the working time directive. Long hours culture and abuse of workforce should end.
UNISON calls for end to two-tier workforce to be extended across the public services. General Secretary, Dave Prentis, speaking to conference of senior officials in Wales.
Employers must tackle bullying or pay the price said UNISON, the UK
UNISON, the UK
UNISON urges Government to set up union development fund, arguing that unions need help to modernise in the same way business gets Government help.
Commenting on the news that the NHS is being charged well over the odds by independent hospitals, Karen Jennings, UNISON Head of Health said:
Dave Prentis supports plans to consult on the nation’s health and argues that schools have key role to play in tackling obesity and diet at an early age.
UNISON joins new campaign to alert public to threat of fascism, particulary BNP and designs on winning seats in forthcoming elections. Dave Prentis, General Secretary, speaks at launch.