Helping members after the floods

UNISON help and advice for branches dealing with members who have been affected by the recent floods is now available

UNISON calls for action on school children with health needs

UNISON and RCN call for urgent action as survey reveals school support staff being pressured to carry out complex treatments

UNISON becomes partner in Asbestos – Your Right to Know

UNISON Cymru/Wales has become a campaign partner in the Asbestos – Your Right to Know campaign, which aims to create a central accessible register of asbestos schools in Wales

UNISON calls on government to give young people hope

Tory education policies are turning the clock back to the time when education was the preserve of the rich, says union

Staff deliver vote of no confidence in Bolton University management

Vote comes after management proposal to axe 100 jobs, following flawed consultation

Why the living wage matters: Hugh Baird College

This is Living Wage Week, and UNISON is campaigning for a living wage for all its members

Living Wage week: Bolton College

Ashley Williams, a sports attendant at Bolton College, and college principal Marie Gilluley, explain why the living wage matters

Living wage rate increases

Both national and London Living Wage rates are to rise by 25p an hour

Service group executive by-elections announced

By-elections will be taking place for seats on the higher education and energy service groups

UNISON calls for end to the pay freeze

Dave Prentis tells the government that the austerity agenda is causing economy to stagnate

UNISON responds to Birmingham budget cuts

As Birmingham City Council announces cuts of £120 million next year, UNISON to ask the Labour Council to campaign jointly for a fair deal for the city

Thousands mobilise for TUC demos across the UK

The marches in London, Glasgow and Belfast will send the government a strong message that people want a Future that Works

UNISON launches hard-hitting new ad campaign

‘People before profits’ is the message behind a new advertising campaign, designed to warn people about the dangers lurking in government plans to privatise more public services

UNISON submits pay claim for college staff

The union says that a pay increase is vital after last year’s freeze if support staff are not to suffer further falls in their standard of living