Government attack on public service pay ‘a disgrace’

UNISON members continue the fight for fair pay and the real living wage

Liverpool John Moores University agrees to pay living wage

John Moores joins ‘growing number’ of universities gaining accreditation as living wage employers

Striking makes a difference

During Heart UNISON week it’s worth remembering that while taking strike action is never easy, the results can make a huge difference to people’s lives

How Osborne’s Fake ‘Living Wage’ Could Trap Many in Poverty

The government are introducing a ‘national living wage’, but beware – it won’t pay people what they need to earn to live on.

Special UNISON summit plans to tackle pay freeze

Over 100 top union activists convened at a pay summit at the UNISON Centre in London today (Thursday) to map out a cross-union strategy for dealing with the ongoing public sector pay freeze

British Gas and Centrica receive living wage accreditation

UNISON plays lead role in a ‘crucial step’ towards a fair wage for energy workers

Local government members to get tougher over pay

Glasgow delegates agree wide-ranging strategy to turn the tide over low pay

Higher ed members pay consultation closes on 26 June

Consultation ends on 26 June on offer of 1% pay rise, with more for lower paid, across the UK

Higher ed members have three weeks to have their say on pay

Consultation ends on 26 June on offer of 1% pay rise, with more for lower paid, across the UK

Higher ed members consulted on pay offer

Consultation will take place between 20 May and 26 June on offer of 1% pay rise, with more for lower paid, across the UK

Higher education employers make final pay offer

Higher education service group executive to meet on 18 May to discuss ‘full and final’ offer

A poorer workforce delivering poorer services

Inverness survey reveals a familiar picture of public-service workers working harder and earning less – UNISON Scotland says: This is a public services election; if you care for them you need to get out and vote for them

UNISON seeks improved HE pay offer

UCEA makes 0.9% offer, plus bottom loading to give greater increases to low-paid – unions and employers meet again on 12 May

Health workers vote for strike ballot if move to a seven-day NHS is paid for by cutting staff pay

Delegates at UNISON’s annual health care conference in Liverpool today (Tuesday) gave an overwhelming ‘yes’ vote to an industrial action ballot if any government tried to remove unsocial hours payments

Living wage win for Bath University workers

All workers at the University of Bath – both staff and workers on outsourced contracts – receive the living wage from 1 April after two-year campaign by unions and students