UNISON is campaigning to ensure everyone who works in our NHS is valued, whatever role they fill. Every day NHS support staff work around the clock to dispense medicines, maintain vital equipment, order medical supplies, book appointments, pay bills, manage computer systems, clean, cook, do the laundry and oversee the day-to-day running of our NHS […]
If you work for the National Probation Service (NPS) you will no longer be able to pay your UNISON subs direct from your salary from the end of September. Your UNISON membership gives you essential cover at work. And in these uncertain times in the National Probation Service you can’t afford to lose that protection.
The Trade Union Bill currently before Parliament is unfair, unnecessary and undemocratic. MPs need to focus on the real problems the country faces and talk to us about how we can work together for a better future. UNISON is campaigning with the TUC and other unions to oppose this attack on the rights of working people […]
All UNISON members working for the National Probation Service and community rehabilitation companies in England and Wales will strike on Monday 14 September. The three-hour strike – their second – will be followed by two and a half weeks of action short of strike, with members working strictly to their contracted hours.
Meat inspectors, official veterinarians and support staff employed by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) in England, Wales and Scotland are in a dispute over pay. Two four-hour walkouts took place on Tuesday 26 August and Wednesday 27 August 2014. UNISON is now in discussions with the employer and ACAS to find a resolution to the dispute.
Everything you need to know about UNISON’s preparations for the general election.
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This year most NHS staff won’t get a cost of living pay rise. UNISON believes that this is an insult to our members in the NHS and the vital work they do. The real value of pay in the NHS has been falling for five years. A third of staff don’t get paid enough to […]
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The UK is facing unprecedented challenges when it comes to energy – from thousands of deaths caused by fuel poverty to a rapidly diminishing gas supply, and the danger of missing legally binding targets on carbon emissions.
Celebrate stars in our schools on 27 November 2015 Stars in our Schools is a celebration of school support staff. UNISON has organised the day to celebrate the wonderful work they do every day and to make sure the world knows just how vital they are to children’s education.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed trade deal between the EU and US that presents a profound threat to public services.
Council services are with you in the good times – births, marriages, leisure, learning – and the bad times – illness, floods, abuse, homelessness. But now the services that were built up over many years to make your community a decent and safe place to live are being dismantled.
Academies Enterprise Trust (AET), the largest academy chain in England, has announced plans to effectively privatise an unprecedented range of school jobs and services. AET plans to work with a private company to set up a separate joint venture.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has decided to consult on a proposal to increase the annual registration fee from £100 to £120. It plans to consult from May to July. If the council agrees to the rise at its October meeting, it would be introduced from February 2015.