Some of UNISON’s lowest-paid women members are representing the needs of fellow workers from different levels of the union’s leadership
The nomination period is about to open for this year’s service group executive elections
Nominations open on 29 January and end on 2 March
Ballots for contested seats on the union’s seven service group executives open on Monday 11 April when ballot papers start being despatched to members
Elections are due to be held for all seats on the union’s service group executives in 2016
The results of the by-elections for the executive committees of the police and justice, and local government service groups
With challenging behaviour from pupils on the increase, UNISON has published a new guide to help school support staff manage challenging behaviour
A new UNISON report finds that almost a quarter of households in England and Wales struggle to pay their water bills, with few effective social tariffs available to ease the burden
UNISON health members across England will be on picket lines on Monday 24 Novermber for a four-hour stoppage.
UNISON comments on new rules which fails to set minimum standards for food in the NHS.
Strike action ballot papers are being despatched today to 350,000 UNISON NHS workers in England. Nurses, paramedics, therapists, cooks,cleaners, healthcare assistants and admin staff are being asked to vote yes for industrial action in a dispute over pay.
A UNISON survey of 1,700 local government and school support workers has painted a picture of a demoralised workforce that feels locked out of the so-called economic recovery
The Government’s confirmation that the NHS PRB will not be required to make recommendations on pay awards for Agenda for Change staff for 2015/16, is a “slap in the face to NHS staff” said UNISON today.
A HMIC report released today bears out UNISON research showing that more than 3,500 front line police community support officer (PCSO) jobs in England have gone since 2010
The prospect of £2bn in NHS funding a massive blow for patients and staff