UNISON national delegate conference supported calls to continue and build the campaign against the privatisation of probation services
UNISON delegates spoke in defence of an NHS that is “under almost constant attack” from the Tory-led government while health members were told to expect to ballot on industrial action later this year
A survey has shown that sickness absence is at a record low. However UNISON claims this is at the expense of the health of its members
UNISON steps up its campaign to challenge the ‘insidious rise’ of zero hours contracts
Worth It and the living wage campaigns remain key aspects of UNISON’s fight for fair pay
Environment Agency must have staff and resources to strengthen coastal defences and safeguard against future disasters
Public and workers ‘caught short’ by public toilet closures
Fracking could be thing of the past if homes were properly insulated
UNISON report into the difficulties facing social workers day to day
NHS staff side trade unions have invited Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and NHS Employers Chief Executive Dean Royles to meet them and health workers to discuss the growing dispute over pay in the service.
The plans set out in the Queen’s Speech will do very little for working people or the unemployed after four years of devastating cuts that have led to a dramatic drop in living standards
News that the Weston General Hospital has today pulled back from the brink of privatisation has been greeted as a victory for common sense by UNISON.
The decision to bring school and college inspections in-house is welcome as this is clearly the best model for an accountable and transparent inspection framework, but we are extremely disappointed that this will not apply to early years inspectors