UNISON’s consultative ballot for schools in England has now closed. Thank you to everyone who spoke up for their schools and voted.
If you work in FE in England, this is your chance to tell us what action you would be prepared to take to help us improve your pay. The ballot opens on 16 January 2019.
November is Grovember! find out how you can get involved in our month-long push to recruit new members and retain our existing ones.
European Health and Safety Week (EHSW) happens every year in the last full week of October (this year it starts on 22 October). The theme this year is healthy workplaces: hazardous substances. UNISON takes your health and safety seriously and we think EHSW is a great opportunity to highlight the fantastic work our safety reps […]
Council and school workers’ pay has been frozen for years. UNISON is demanding better, fairer pay for all.
Have your say on the NHS pay deal. The vote closes on June 5th.
For years now public service workers have seen their pay held back by government in the name of austerity. We believe it’s time public sector workers need a pay rise.
Schools in England are facing average cuts of 8% per pupil by 2020. We’ve partnered with other unions to campaign against these cuts. Find out how you can take action.
UNISON is asking the government to reconsider the removal of the nursing bursary.
The current system of homecare is failing the people who receive it and the people who provide it. UNISON is campaigning for more funding and better quality homecare services. Visit the Save Care Now campaign website.
Water companies should pay their staff a living wage. The UK water industry has the chance to become the first sector to be entirely Living Wage accredited. UNISON is campaigning for all UK water companies to become accredited as Living Wage Employers, as defined by the Living Wage Foundation. The current rates, announced on 31 […]
UNISON, together with Unite and GMB, has negotiated a series of changes to the Police Staff Council Handbook of Pay and Conditions.
All three unions are recommending that members vote YES in the ballot to accept these changes.
The union’s higher education service group executive met on 20 September to discuss the results of the industrial action ballot on the 2016/17 national pay offer. A long and considered discussion took place, which took into account the close vote in the ballot, a disappointing turnout and the knowledge that it was likely that if […]
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.
On 23 June the UK must make a decision. The referendum gives us all the chance to decide whether to remain part of the European Union (EU) or whether to leave.