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Bolton hospital workers vow to go ahead with strike next week

Outsourced ‘subco’ workers reject latest pay offer as still below NHS pay

Article, News on the UNISON National site.

Camden wardens start five-day strike

Pay dispute with contractor NSL escalates in north London borough

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Bolton hospital workers’ pay ballot opens

Voting papers dispatched today in vote over action on pay parity

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Yorkshire hospitals strike called off after trust halts privatisation plan

Trust announced that it has scrapped plans to create a wholly-owned subsidiary after angry response at staff meetings

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Dossier reveals cost of Rhondda Cynon Taff mileage rate cut

Rhondda Cynon Taff Council’s decision to slash mileage rates for staff will cost the public purse more. A dossier produced by UNISON Cymru/Wales proves that forcing council workers to use public transport in the course of their jobs actually increases costs. The council’s decision saw it break nationally-recognised HMRC guidelines on fair mileage rates and become […]

Article, News on the UNISON Cymru/Wales site.

Winning with UNISON

‘You don’t have to accept something when an employer is in the wrong – you can challenge it and by standing together you can win’

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Sterilisation staff win pay rise after two-month dispute

Welsh health board offers increases of up to £1,900 a year after strike by staff paid less than colleagues working for neighbouring boards

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Derby school support staff continue action up to half term

UNISON video showcases support for six-month action from parents and teaching colleagues

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NEC pays tribute to Eric Roberts

‘We should make Eric proud by continuing on in the union – let’s make and keep this the best union’

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Government sets out who will be covered by 40% strike threshold

Threshold for ‘important public services’ takes effect on 1 March; political fund opt-in rules transition period starts on same day

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‘United, we can win’ says Dave Prentis as he joins Derby picket

‘You are the union’ general secretary tells striking teaching assistants in Derby, battling imposed 25% pay cut

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Higher ed executive decides against industrial action in pay campaign

‘UNISON is committed to national pay bargaining and will continue to campaign to improve members’ pay, terms and conditions’ says SGE

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Scottish college workers vote to strike in pay dispute

College employers urged to use negotiations on 25 August to agee pay fairness or strikes will mark the start of new academic year

Article on the UNISON National site.

Dave Prentis joins RMT picket line

UNISON and RMT general secretaries joing together at Brighton station to show support for striking Southern rail workers

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Glasgow homelessness caseworkers’ strike ends in victory

The striking Glasgow homelessness caseworkers are celebrating victory today, after they voted by a clear majority to accept a new offer from the employer.

Article on the UNISON National site.