The ballot concentrated on safe staffing levels and pay parity, as health workers in Northern Ireland are paid less than their colleagues in Britain.
Most Compass employees earn minimum wage, yet work with NHS colleagues paid more for same jobs
Stuart Tuckwood has been appointed UNISON’s national nursing officer to help the union promote and defend the interests of nurses. He took up the position this month (September). A registered adult nurse, Stuart spent the past five years at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, where he worked in major trauma rehabilitation and later as a charge […]
Workers should not be saddled with debt for years because of the blunders of a company
But voters should be wary of cynical pledges and gimmicks.
Organ donation week is now on and runs until Sunday 8 September and a change in the law will affect us all
UNISON believes that health workers should not be charged to park at the hospital they work at. That’s why we’re asking all NHS trusts in England to make parking free for all staff within two years. And a recent success for members in Norfolk, shows what is possible
Private company Compass claims it can’t afford an 82p pay rise despite generating £1.7bn in profit and paying their boss £4.6m
June was another busy month for the union – more victories for our members, and conferences in Liverpool
Nominate someone by 29 June and you could be going to the awards
Staff at Royal and Broad Green hospitals to take action following success at Liverpool’s Women’s Hospital and the Walton Centre
UNISON-sponsored awards for health and care support workers are being held for the fourth time
Union’s health conference opens with call to arms for difficult days ahead
Responding to the transfer of more than 700 staff at Chesterfield Royal Hospital Trust to a new private arm’s-length company this week
UNISON is working with TB Alert to let members know that latent TB can be diagnosed and treated before it wakes up