UNISON NI health workers gear up for strike ballot

Health workers in Northern Ireland could be asked to vote on industrial action shortly, UNISON Northern Ireland warned today

Messages of support for NHS pay action

UNISON has received many messages of support for the week of NHS action on fair pay this week

UNISON health workers lobby MLAs at Stormont on pay

UNISON Northern Ireland statement on pay, Stormont lobby and solidarity with colleagues in England taking industrial action

Pay consultation starts on 20 October

UNISON members are about to be consulted on the latest NJC pay proposals for local government and school workers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Pull out the stops on pay

NEC meeting urges mass turn-out for 18 October rallies to climax a week of action on pay

Scottish local government members back industrial action

UNISON local government members in Scotland are set to take industrial action this month after a ‘yes’ vote in their ballot was announced

Care UK workers call for funds as new strike begins

Three-week action will see Doncaster care workers notch up 90 days of strikes

National minimum wage goes up

The national minimum wage rates have gone up from 1 October 2014

LGA urged to reconsider on pay proposals

UNISON calls for NJC employers to rethink and come forward with a pay offer which ‘begins to tackle the hardship facing all of our members’ in local government and schools (England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

Welsh NHS industrial action ballot opens

UNISON balllots angry NHS Wales workers over pay

Scots vote Yes to industrial action

Local government workers vote for industrial action over pay

Prentis speaks up for public service workers

Your time is nearly up, general secretary tells Tory conference as unions rally in Birmingham for decent pay

UNISON wins Ipswich car parking victory

UNISON has won a victory at Ipswich Hospital, where management has now announced that it will put on hold any increases to parking charges for at least a year

NHS England action set for 13 October

‘Five days for fair pay’ starts with a four-hour strike on Monday 13 October, followed by four days of action short of a strike for the rest of the week

Labour needs to support the millions who are its ‘betrayed base’

‘This coalition boasts that the economy is growing by over 3%, but claims there is no money for our members – where is the money going?’