Pay rise immediately would reassure undervalued staff to stay in NHS

Government’s approach to NHS pay is forcing workers to question their future

Prime Minister urged to speed up NHS pay rise as public backs the move

A pay rise is vital if the NHS is to be ‘fighting fit’

NHS workers call on government to show its appreciation for them

An early pay rise of at least £2,000 to every NHS worker is needed

Low-paid hospital staff to get a pay rise

Workers have earned the increase

Chancellor’s furlough extension offers some certainty to workers, says UNISON 

Part-time return to work is a sensible move

Police staff unions ask for 6.5% pay rise (England and Wales)

‘Police staff are working above and beyond’ says UNISON as claim is submitted

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Blog: Worth more than a clap

How you can support the campaign for a decent, fair pay rise for all our key workers in councils and schools

Local government pay – UNISON statement

Union will continue to campaign for more funding for the pay of key workers in local government and schools in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

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Sixth form staff in England consulting on pay

UNISON recommends two-year pay offer to members in English colleges in online consultation that closes on 15 May

New minimum wages rates take effect from today

New minimum pay rates come into force for many key workers, including care staff

Northern Ireland health workers suspend strike and vote on government pay offer

Union thanks public for unwavering support

Birmingham University strikes cancelled as low-paid workers secure pay increase

Low-paid staff will receive an extra £817 a year

NHS needs investment instead of unpaid overtime

Responding to new Labour Party analysis published today (Friday) suggesting NHS staff work one million hours of unpaid overtime each week, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The NHS is running on fumes after years of underfunding. Chronic understaffing has left us with a system propped up by the goodwill of devoted health workers. “It […]

Northern Ireland NHS staff and social workers back strike action, says UNISON

The ballot concentrated on safe staffing levels and pay parity, as health workers in Northern Ireland are paid less than their colleagues in Britain.

Police staff agree two-year pay deal in Scotland

Police Scotland members say ‘yes’ to 3.25% pay rise this year and 3% next year