Elliot Foundation agrees to the living wage

The Elliot Foundation is the latest multi-academy trust to announce that it will pay the living wage as a minimum to its lowest-paid employees

How you can help local government members

Council and school workers on NJC pay terms in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will strike on 10 July – and you can support them

Last week for local government members to vote for strike action over pay

There is just one week left in the NJC strike ballot with the last chance to request ballot papers on 18 June at noon, and the ballot closing on Monday 23 June.

Barnet carers set to strike over planned pay cut

UNISON members working as carers in north London are set to strike to defend their pay and the service they provide

Canal and River Trust members accept pay offer

UNISON members vote by 75% to accept 2% pay rise for 2014/15

Probation day of action fliers available

Joint union fliers are available for branches organising around the probation day of action of 30 May

Speak up for libraries when you vote

Libraries services urges council voters to use their ballot on behalf of a vital statutory service

Care UK strikers lobby private equity owners

UNISON members working for Care UK took their struggle to London today, where they lobbied Bridgepoint Capital, the private equity investor that bought the company in 2010

Are low pay and high prices hitting you?

As part of the local government NJC 2014 pay campaign in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, UNISON is running a survey to check the impact of falling pay and rising prices

Local government strike ballot will start on 23 May

The UNISON local government industrial action ballot in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will start on 23 May

UNISON cleaners claim victory at SOAS

Contracted-out cleaning staff at SOAS win victory for improved terms & conditions

Recruitment: 7 things to do this week

Make May Matter in the latest recruitment drive kicking off next week

Recognition deal signed with Ocean Integrated Services

Agreement with higher education contractor means union can fully support members and provides collective voice

Barnet launches anti-privatisation song

Satirical song attacks wholesale outsourcing of services by north London Tory council

Low-paid carers lobby against pay cut

Low-paid workers who care for some of north and east London’s most vulnerable people took part in a lobby for a fair deal over pay today