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Scottish Water staff to strike for four days in November

UNISON says the action will have serious implications for water and sewage services

Picketers holding up signs at the 2023 Scottish school strikes

More Scottish schools to close as UNISON sets further strike dates

Four more local authorities will be affected in second wave of action over pay

Schools set to close again in Scotland as UNISON announces further strike dates

The union is committed to resolving this dispute as soon as possible.

UNISON votes for further school strikes in Scotland

As much as this is about pay, it’s also about standing up for local services.

UNISON celebrates International Women’s Day in Glasgow

‘Women’s work is often undervalued and underpaid, but UNISON knows the true value’

Christina McAnea

Blog: I urge members to make sure they have their say on pay

Scottish health members, together with those working for the Environment Agency, both provide vital services, which need to be properly funded

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Scottish council staff back industrial action

Thousands of local government workers overwhelmingly rejected the employers’ 2% offer

Blog: COP26 is here at last

On the eve of the climate conference, NEC member and green activist Stephen Smellie looks ahead to ‘potentially the most important meeting of world leaders ever held’

Dundee University members appeal for strike hardship donations

UNISON members at Dundee University appeal for solidarity donations ahead of strike action

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‘Now is the time – have your say on pay’

Securing fair pay for hard-working members is UNISON’s top priority, as general secretary urges members to make sure their voices are heard

UNISON condemns ‘slap in the face’ for Scottish local government workers

Scottish unions write joint letter condemning Scottish Government’s failure to provide funding for proper pay rise

Westminster government could learn from Scotland over NHS pay 

After a long and difficult year, a decent pay rise for NHS staff should be a simple decision to make and be popular with the public.  Valuing health staff and investing in the NHS is a political choice.

External shoot of buildings at Napier University

Napier staff to be balloted over planned redundancies

UNISON also calls on the Scottish government to ensure its fair work standards are applied at the Edinburgh university

Scottish government building signage reading "The Scottish Government"

UNISON secures PPE win for Scotland’s care workers

Joint unions warned that previous advice from Scotland’s chief nursing officer increased risks for home and social carers

Holocaust Memorial Day: UNISON Renfrewshire remembers Jane Haining

Jane Haining was a Scottish woman from Paisley, who dedicated her life to helping Jewish orphans in Hungary