Unison’s Christina McAnea accused the government of mixing up annual pay rises with the increments “designed to reflect the growing skills and experience of nurses and other healthcare workers..
Survey of nearly 30,000 union members working in the NHS, including cleaners, radiographers, nurses and senior managers, reveals how workers are feeling the strain as more than a third of respondents work unpaid overtime
UNISON, the UK’s largest health union, is calling on the Government to pledge the funding needed to deliver safe and dignified end of life care. The call comes in the wake of the review into the Liverpool Care Pathway which is being replaced by new recommendations* published today.
Lucia McKeever, a nursing assistant from Armagh, has today become the first person from Northern Ireland to be elected president of UNISON
Prospect of a further £2bn cut in the NHS budget a real blow for patients and staff
UNISON is calling on members who are nurses and midwives to help with a consultation process on revalidation
Register now for UNISON’s 2013 healthcare assistant seminar on 11-12 November in Liverpool
UNISON general secretary tells protestors about what is happening to our National Health Service