Commenting on the announcement today (Tuesday) that two of the holding companies behind care firm Four Seasons have gone into administration, UNISON assistant general secretary Christina McAnea said: “The company has been teetering on the brink for some time. While today’s announcement won’t immediately affect jobs or the running of care homes, it should act as an […]
Changes made by the government since 2010 have hit hard-pressed families
Living Wage Foundation data shows extent of low wages
Addressing women’s conference, Christina McAnea says she wants to ensure the union continues to create such a legacy
It makes no sense to go all out on a recruitment drive
This is a victory for all low-paid women working in the public sector
Assistant general secretary addresses disabled members’ conference
UNISON research shows parents and carers struggle to stay in work because of inflexible working conditions
Rising crime rates can no longer be ignored by the government.
This research finds levels of sexual harassment consistent with that reported in police forces internationally as well as other workplace surveys.
The Council has created an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty for local residents and for staff.
New pension schemes will leave staff struggling to plan for retirement and significantly worse off in their old age
Thousands of people treated unfairly at work have still not been refunded hundreds of pounds they paid out to take their employers to court, says UNISON today (Thursday). It is a year today since a landmark Supreme Court decision led to the scrapping of employment tribunal fees, following a successful legal case brought by UNISON. […]