Probation Alliance, including UNISON, writes to justice secretary David Gauke
UNISON members are today (Tuesday) staging a two-hour stoppage in England and Wales between 8am and 10am in the ongoing dispute over pay
The government wants to centralise and privatise the probation service – and UNISON needs your help to fight back against this
UNISON members working for the company can expect to receive their pay rise, including any back pay, on 28 March
Union accuses the justice minister of deliberately dismantling the probation service
Plans will dismantle the probation service, which has been 105 years in the making, adds the union
Time to return services to public control
UNISON warns that money will need to be provided in this year’s budget and spending review
The wheels of justice are still turning throughout the coronavirus pandemic – and they’re turning faster than ever in the probation service. Elisa Vasquez-Walters was one of the many UNISON probation workers putting the pedal to the metal to make the government’s early release scheme — aimed at stopping prisons becoming Covid-19 hotspots — a success. […]
Grayling’s botched reforms have finally been abandoned.
UNISON has shown the true value of union membership through the campaigning and representation of our members. Last year we celebrated 25 years of UNISON and we announced that not only are we the biggest public sector trade union – but the biggest overall union in the UK.
Grayling’s botched reforms have finally been abandoned
Police and justice conference debates the changing nature of negotiation
UNISON probation members working for six community rehabilitation companies owned by Sodexo could be balloted on industrial action over the company’s voluntary redundancy terms