End-of-year accounts for 2018 – branch audits

Information for honorary branch auditors from UNISON head of audit John Nagle

End-of-year accounts for 2017 – branch audits

Information for honorary branch auditors from UNISON head of audit John Nagle

End-of-year accounts: branch audits

Information for honorary branch auditors from UNISON head of audit John Nagle

Support the Barnet Council members

Branches asked to make financial donations and send messages of supprt to the UNISON members currently locked in a bitter dispute with Barnet Council

New local government pay proposal explained

A new leaflet outlines what the Local Government Association’s latest pay proposal means for members

One week to go to 10 July strike

With one week to go to the local government and school workers strike on 10 July, UNISON has again stressed the importance of members taking action

Get set for our spring recruitment drive

UNISON is gearing up for a further massive union-wide recruitment campaign this spring

‘Recruit a friend’ brings 500 new members into UNISON

UNISON announces the 24 winners of the autumn U Magazine recruitment challenge

‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times’

UNISON disabled members condemn government’s return to Dickensian hard times

‘Fight for equality: join UNISON’

‘Join UNISON’ is the message across the country as the union’s autumn recruitment campaign gets underway

Hunt putting finance before patients, says UNISON

Attempts to derail pay process will undermine NHS in England, and threaten services

UNISON launches new organising and membership tool

New tool will make it easier for branches to administer membership records, access essential reporting and communicate with their members

Have your say on local government pay

UNISON urges local government branches in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to consult on 2014/15 pay claim

Lobby your MEPs to protect our food

UNISON urges members to lobby for safe food

The Tories are the party of division and insecurity

They seek to divide public and private sector, employed and unemployed and disabled people from the rest of society, Merv Butler tells Labour conference