UNISON Calls on Government to Address Recruitment and Retention Crisis in Public Services

The government

HISTORIC EQUAL PAY DECISION FOR CARLISLE NHS WOMEN

UNISON, the UK

UNISON breakfast to look at recruitment and retention of public sector staff

Audit Commission Controller, Sir Andrew Foster, and UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, are the keynote speakers at a UNISON breakfast on Friday looking at the recruitment and retention of public sector staff.

UNISON calls on government to tackle recruitment

The Audit Commission

IPPR Report on NHS Support Workers

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Floats into Notting Hill Carnival

UNISON members are getting into the party spirit this weekend at the Notting Hill Carnival. The UK

UNISON to ballot further education members over strike action in support of better pay

UNISON, the largest union for support staff in colleges, will ballot its members in further education colleges in England and Wales for strike action in the autumn.

Breakthrough in Local Government Pay Talks

After a marathon set of negotiations, the three unions in local government – UNISON, GMB and T&G – and the local government employers, have agreed to a set of Acas proposals to recommend to their respective memberships.

UNISON gearing up for all out battle on local government pay

UNISON, the UK

UNISON Calls for Accurate Ambulance Response Times

UNISON, the UK

Pressure Builds as Police Staff Reject 3% Pay Offer

UNISON has rejected a 3% pay offer on behalf of its 30,000 police support staff

members. The union will now begin a widespread consultation exercise to establish what action members would be prepared to take in support of their claim.

Local Government Pay Talks Impasse

The three unions representing local government workers

UNISON CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO STOP NEW PFI PROJECTS WHILE

The majority of PFI projects underway in the UK would not have been approved according to the Treasury

UNISON RESPONSE TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYERS PRESS RELEASE

Responding to the local government employers proposal that a minimum of £5 an hour could be part of a solution to the pay dispute, UNISON National Secretary for Local Government Heather Wakefield said:

Pay Rates in the NHS

Commenting on reports that the Government is planning significant pay rises for all NHS staff in the South, Paul Marks, National Secretary for Health for UNISON, the UK