Wholly owned subsidiary plans dropped
Eleventh hour agreement to discuss alternative options
As part of Black History month, UNISON’s health team is proud to launch its Race for Equality Campaign. Let’s stamp out racism in the NHS.
New cash will begin to address years of underfunding but more is desperately needed
Delegates hear that patients and staff alike are suffering from chronic shortages
Pressure on schools and NHS staff to tackle crime is deflecting attention from failure to fund services adequately, union says
Commenting on the annual NHS staff survey out today (Tuesday), UNISON head of health Sara Gorton said: “While the government is consumed with Brexit, ministers are paying scant attention to growing problems in our public services. With so few staff, it’s no wonder the pressures of working in the NHS are making so many health […]
Speaking at UNISON’s annual Black Members Conference today (Friday) in Llandudno, general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Last the NHS celebrated its 70th anniversary, yet the descendants of those that came from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean to help build it are still facing barriers.
Health staff will be relieved to know they no longer have to act as immigration officers on the wards.
Only 31% of NHS staff were satisfied with their level of pay in 2017
No one should face violence, abuse and sexual harassment at work
MPs, Lords and the London Mayor back EU workers as UNISON members lobby Westminster
Responding to government plans to provide an extra 10,000 training places for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals UNISON assistant general secretary Christina McAnea said: “These new posts are nowhere near enough to make up for the number of UK and EU nurses and midwives leaving the NHS. “Staff shortages, huge workloads, the withdrawal of the nursing bursary and the […]