Home health care worker and an elderly couple

UNISON publishes report on the future of the minimum wage

The new collection of essays looks at how the minimum wage could evolve

Genuine living wage and public service investment show why Labour should be in government

Pledges will shape decent society and fuel the economy

Five UNISON members hold signs saying 'we are a living wage champion'

Greater Manchester care workers win Living Wage award

UNISON members have secured the Living Wage for care workers in six out of ten Manchester councils

Portrait of Christina McAnea

Blog: The Living Wage increase – still a long way to go on fair pay

But we shouldn’t be under any illusion – by itself the Living Wage does not offer a long-term solution to a UK labour market characterised by low pay, persistent gender and ethnicity pay gaps, and obscene levels of inequality

Council decision helps mark 20 years of the real living wage

North Northants council announce they’ll pay staff the real living wage in the run up to Living Wage Week 2021

woman holding living wage sign

Living wage increase leaves many thousands of health and care staff behind

Ministers must give a well-earned pay rise to all those caring for us

‘The best of trade union empowerment’: the story behind a decisive homecare legal victory

UNISON branch officers, lawyers and members recall a four-year battle to win pay justice

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New minimum wages rates take effect from today

New minimum pay rates come into force for many key workers, including care staff

More workers deserve to be paid the real living wage, says UNISON

Next government must help low-paid staff

Members travel to Downing Street to demand living wage

Birmingham unions and council join forces to demand funding for 10% pay rise and £10 an hour minimum

Come rain or shine, UNISON’s on the case

July might have meant the start of the summer holidays proper, but UNISON and our members are still on the case

Members with placards form picket line at Birmingham University

Birmingham University members strike

Noisy, colourful and good humoured pickets call for fair pay

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School staff win living wage

Lowest paid support staff receive at least £9 an hour in Cheshire West from the start of this month

Another university signs up to living wage

South Wales accreditation means all workers on campus, including those employed by contractors, will earn at least £9 an hour

Will a shower of April wins help us flower in May?

Another busy month saw UNISON celebrating victories – and launching new campaigns