UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis, today warned Labour MP Peter Mandelson to stop creating divisions within the Party over the Euro debate. He said:
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, reacting to the attack on unions by CBI President Sir John Egan, said:
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, today called on the government to withdraw an advertisement for the appointment of the Independent Regulator for NHS Foundation Trusts.
UNISON, the UK’s largest union, is calling for new legislation to enshrine rights to lifelong learning for every adult. The legislation would give a basic universal entitlement and protected time for learning for every employee. The proposals are contained in a new report commissioned by UNISON *Learning for Life. Learning for Everyone, in response to the Government’s skills strategy.
Half of the police staff workforce do not feel valued by the Police Service and two thirds say stress levels have increased, according to the first independent national survey of police staff, released by UNISON today.
“Today’s announcement shows that the Government wants to storm ahead with this misguided and controversial plan without even waiting for the Bill to go through Parliament.
One third of NHS staff have faced reprisals for blowing the whistle on bad practice in the NHS, despite Government guidance to the contrary. This is one of the key findings of a new survey published today by UNISON, the UK
UNISON Head of Health, Karen Jennings, accused the Prime Minister of scaremongering by claiming that the only choice was to go for foundation hospitals.
Foundation hospital status is a diversion from delivering improvements to the whole of the NHS and should be opposed, UNISON today urged all Labour MPs.
UNISON, the UK’s largest trade union, today described as “dangerous and dated” the local government employers’ submission to the Local Government Pay Commission, warning that it doomed low paid women to even lower pay.
The Prime Minister is mistaken if he thinks the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) is the solution to public service reform, UNISON, the UK’s biggest union said today.
UNISON, the UK
UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis, said:
“While improved regional statistics are welcome to aid the case for pay supplements in high cost areas, we would not be happy with a move towards regional pay and will be watching developments closely. Extra pay in one part of the country cannot be at the expense of others.
Anger boiled over today at UNISON