As 2018 draws to a close we look back on a memorable year with the UK’s biggest union
What can we do to help UNISON grow this week?
Becoming and staying the biggest and the best
UNISON is turning November into Grovember with a big recruitment drive. Here are some helpful tips to support activists and members alike, working to recruit their new union colleagues
… that people give for not joining a union, and some helpful hints for changing their minds
New living wage rates are announced on 5 November as part of living wage week – and UNISON has plenty of material available if you plan any recruitment activity around the issue
Like any union, UNISON is only as strong and effective as our members acting together – the more of us there are, the better we are.
Delegates discuss ways to increase engagement and encourage new activists to come forward
Vice president Carol Sewell hands out awards and urges delegates to continue the excellent work
Raising the union’s profile is “like joining a gym: you don’t buy your ticket and then sit around waiting to get fit”
UNISON members are helping workplaces, their families and communities to warm up for the festive season
National Executive Council makes decision on opening day of nomination period
A new kind of UNISON office is adding an extra dimension to the union’s organising
Let’s work together to make this new hospital a success,” general secretary Dave Prentis said as he opened a new UNISON shop in Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
A new leaflet outlines what the Local Government Association’s latest pay proposal means for members