Health Secretary must make real changes to tackle NHS violence

More staff and properly funded people plan needed

Going beyond the law: sexual harassment guidance launched

‘Sexual harassment is against the law, but the law doesn’t stop it happening‘

Conference hears that ‘one person bullied is one too many’

National delegate conference hears emotional report on the scale and impact of bullying and harassment in the workplace

Local government to target bullying in the workplace

Conference agrees to spread the anti-bullying message, particularly during Young Workers’ Month in November

Disabled members’ conference backs action against bullying

Brighton conference opens with delegates debating a raft of motions that reveal how members face bullying and harassment in many guises

Fighting bullying and harassment

UNISON Cymru/Wales has made a significant breakthrough in tackling bullying and harassment in the workplace

UNISON vows to support young members bullied at work

‘Everyone has the right to work in a safe environment free of bullying and harassment’, delegates told

Beat the bullies

As a UNISON survey reveals rampant bullying in the police service, Maureen Le Marinel explains how she got through her own ‘awful’ experience

Female police staff more likely to be bullied at work than male colleagues

More than two thirds (67 per cent) of female police staff say bullying is a problem at work, and almost three quarters (72 per cent) are not confident that their force will deal fairly with any complaints of bullying, according to a new UNISON survey released today (Friday). The survey of 1,000 police staff – to be […]