Thousands of staff will be left behind after real living wage rise, says UNISON 

Increase is good news for many, but others need help

Archbishops must honour real living wage pledge for church school staff, says UNISON  

UNISON writes to Church of England and Catholic Church urging them to practice what they preach on fair pay

Salford city branch wins £19m pay rise for care workers across England

After sustained campaigning from UNISON, large care provider commits to paying the real living wage to employees

Social care charity goes beyond the real living wage for frontline staff

Move follows in-house trial that showed the positive impact of enhanced pay on recruitment and retention

Post-pandemic contract would give low-paid care workers a better deal

Living wage and proper sick pay essential

Care workers deserve pay to reflect their value, says UNISON

Prime minister must fix social care for good

More workers deserve to be paid the real living wage, says UNISON

Next government must help low-paid staff

Members with placards form picket line at Birmingham University

Birmingham University members strike

Noisy, colourful and good humoured pickets call for fair pay

UNISON campaigning for a living wage graphic

School staff win living wage

Lowest paid support staff receive at least £9 an hour in Cheshire West from the start of this month

Government should ensure public service staff get the living wage, says UNISON

Responding to the announcement today (Monday) that the real living wage is to increase nationally to £9 an hour and to £10.55 in London, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “The vast majority of local authority and NHS staff are now getting the living wage. This is thanks to pay agreements that UNISON has negotiated […]