Dave Anderson, UNISON NEC, speaking at the union
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Local government employers are reluctant to accept responsibility or take the lead in shaping good employment policies, and instead are arguing for a levelling down to the worst practices in the private sector, UNISON, the UK
Commenting on the appointment of John Reid as the new Health Secretary, UNISON
Commenting on the resignation of Health Secretary Alan Milburn, Dave Prentis General Secretary of UNISON said:
Commenting on Government plans to protect final salary pension members if their employer goes bust, Head of Pensions for UNISON, Glyn Jenkins said:
UNISON, the UK’s biggest union today backed Chancellor Gordon Brown
UNISON members in community health councils (CHC) are up in arms today because of the shabby way they are being treated by the Department for Health.
UNISON health members have today given the go ahead for the Government’s NHS pay modernisation package, Agenda for Change, to be tested in 12 development sites across England.
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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.