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UNISON introduces new mental health bargaining guide

‘Unless policies are put in place, increased home working and pressures placed on staff are liable to act as detonators of mental health problems for those delivering vital public services’

Microscopic view of the Coronavirus

UNISON wins clearer COVID-19 guidance for its disabled members

‘Huge gap in the guidance’ was allowing employers to insist that vulnerable people ignore shielding and go into work

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Sixth form staff in England consulting on pay

UNISON recommends two-year pay offer to members in English colleges in online consultation that closes on 15 May


Wages, prices and bargaining

Money is getting tight – but what do the figures say about how much, or more accurately how little, our wages have kept pace with the costs we have to pay each week?

Wales FE workers vote to accept revised pay offer

Further education workers in Wales have voted to accept a 1% pay offer made by the employers following the threat of industrial action

Further education unions in Wales to consider revised pay offer

Trade union members working in further education in Wales will be consulted over a 1% revised pay offer which is expected to be formally announced 12 January

Further education trade unions criticise ColegauCymru’s mixed messages on pay

Further education unions across Wales have criticised colleges in Wales and ColegauCymru for their handling of this year’s pay negotiations

Unions and Bridgend council issue joint statement on pay proposals

A joint statement by UNISON, Unite, GMB and Bridgend County Borough Council regarding staff pay proposals for Bridgend council staff