UNISON, the UK
Karen Jennings, Head of Health for UNISON, the UK
UNISON today welcomed the Government
UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis has called upon a leading Conservative MP to apologise for remarks he made in the press today, describing Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) as ‘policing on the cheap’.
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, today hit back at ex New York Mayor Giuliani’s comments about the NHS saying he was talking trash.
Following the latest survey of care inspectors and workers, unions have today slammed cuts to care inspections and called for urgent ministerial talks. More than three-quarters of members no longer have confidence in the
On 12 September 2007 Sir Ronnie Flanagan made his interim report of his review of the police service.
UNISON is calling on ministers to reconsider cuts in light of the latest Foot and Mouth outbreak, as abattoirs face a backlog of work that is being passed on to untrained contractors and slashed workforces.
UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis was today elected president of the
Trades Union Congress for the coming year, at the final day of the TUC
conference in Brighton.
UNISON members in the NHS have voted 2 to 1 to accept the revised pay offer made in August.
Nurses and other NHS workers are being urged to crackdown on racism by reporting any incidents to a UNISON hotline being set up today (12 September). The hotline will enable NHS staff to get help, support and advice if they experience racism at work from patients, their relatives, other staff or the public. Members of the public or patients who call in with complaints will also be directed to a broad network of self-help organisations and race equality councils where they can get support.
UNISON General Secretary, Dave Prentis, said:
UNISON Head of Nursing, Gail Adams, said:
Commenting on the forecasted £983m surplus in the NHS announced today, Mike Jackson, Senior National Officer for UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, said: