Responding to the latest NHS England data published today (Thursday) showing A&E waiting times are the worst ever, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Patients left in agony on trolleys for hours and poorly visitors waiting for hours in A&E, forced to sit on floors because of a lack of chairs, has become the new normal. “Years […]
A third of public service workers are worried they’ll lose their jobs due to technological innovation or government cuts, according to a UNISON survey published today (Thursday). But one in ten feel additional training has protected them from the threat of redundancy, with staff feeling more secure in their jobs because of the new skills […]
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UNISON will hold consultative ballot on employment issues arising from central government reductions in school funding
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The Council has created an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty for local residents and for staff.
Spending on parks and green spaces has been slashed by £15 million
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The government needs to recognise the importance of the jobs council and school workers do