UNISON backs mobilisation for climate day of action

Government must deliver ‘a fair and just’ response to the climate emergency

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Pay ballots continue to dominate

Today’s NEC heard updates on a series of pay disputes and impressive personal injury wins for members

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Important wins and ongoing battles across the union

Ongoing high profile pay campaigns, industrial action and the ongoing fight against racism and hatred highlighted at union’s national executive council

Andrea Egan UNISON senior vice president

Members cannot be the ones who pay the price for the pandemic

UNISON’s new senior vice president on why post-COVID pay rises are crucial for members

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New presidential team

UNISON’s new national executive council (NEC) has elected a new presidential team

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UNISON increases pressure for COVID public inquiry ‘sooner rather than later’

Union’s NEC also highlights continuing pay campaigns, post-pandemic support for members and solidarity with those in Palestine

UNISON’s NEC election ballot helpline is now open

The dedicated telephone helpline will ensure all members receive their ballot papers, for union’s most important election

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UNISON to step up campaigns on pay and social care reform

NEC agrees to ‘turn the temperature up on pay’, focus on public services in the lead up to the 6 May elections and maintain an international outlook

NEC agrees branch resources package

The branch resources review makes a series of proposals for more practical support for local branches including improved funding formula and a new branch support and organising fund

Your safety at work is our priority

Union will push government to prioritise the ‘forgotten key workers’ in the vaccine rollout

Christina McAnea elected UNISON general secretary

Christina McAnea has today been elected as general secretary of UNISON, the UK’s largest union

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‘We’ll fight the public sector pay freeze’

UNISON makes plans to fight the public sector pay freeze and pays tribute to Dave Prentis at his final NEC meeting before retirement

Reserved (low pay) seat threshold for 2021

The cut-off wage for election to reserved (low pay) seats in the union remains at £10.63 an hour

‘Be proud of our union’

General secretary praises union’s activists and staff for their commitment and flexibility during the pandemic crisis

‘We need our union to be stronger than ever’ Dave Prentis tells NEC

General secretary says UNISON members won’t ‘carry the can’ for another economic crisis