Hard work by our activists and stewards, branches, regions and staff is paying off – we grew again last year, for the second year running
Official statistics body to stop collecting data on support staff, making them invisible
The facts and figures showing what 10 years of Conservative government have meant for our public services
UNISON asked members in the health service for their experience of ‘unacceptable behaviour’, including their experience of racism in the workplace.
As we go for some spring growth in May, what does the data from Grovember tell us? What useful lessons can we pick out from it?
University vice chancellors’ pay has hit the headlines after the report on the subject from the new Office for Students – so we decided to take a deeper look at the figures behind the headlines.
More police forces are using more volunteers in more roles as they reduce the number of staff they employ – so UNISON asked forces in England and Wales to try and explain what is happening
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?
A lot has been written about the NHS pay deal in England and what it will mean to individuals’ pay packets. But how does it affect staff at different stages of their career?
The number of reported crimes ending with a suspect in court has dropped along with police staff, while the use of volunteers in the police force is on the rise
Spending on parks and green spaces has been slashed by £15 million