UNISON branch officers, lawyers and members recall a four-year battle to win pay justice
February may have been cold and wet but the UNISON fires burned brightly this month
July might have meant the start of the summer holidays proper, but UNISON and our members are still on the case
Care workers provide an exceptional service, so they deserve to be treated with respect. Today’s signing – and every council who signs up to the charter – helps ensure more care workers benefit. And that can only be good for all of us.
As more councils sign our Ethical Care Charter, thousands more care workers secure greater protection at work, better pay and more training
Plymouth City Council will become the latest local authority to sign up to UNISON’s ethical care charter today (Monday). Council leaders will join UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis to formally sign the charter. The charter commits the Council to continue working with the city’s care companies to help them end zero-hours and reflect travel time […]
UNISON praises ‘one step forward in dealing with the complex issue of precarious employment’
March was a momentous month for UNISON members – not least because of a proposed revamp of NHS pay that could benefit a million health workers.
Teresa and Geoff are making a massive difference, even when times are tough. Thank you to them for the warm welcome today and for everything they, like all our activists, do for our union.
Different people from different professions and backgrounds, all with different skills, coming together, pooling their resources and their energy for the benefit of all UNISON members and the services they provide. That’s what our union is about when it’s at it’s best. That’s what I saw in Halton today.