Sustained funding required – not just short-term fixes
Conference hears how young workers are often denied training because of austerity, yet this will mean a skills shortage in the future
Healthcare assistants (HCAs) are being expected to do the work of nurses without adequate training or proper supervision, according to survey results published today (Wednesday) by UNISON. Nearly two thirds (63%) say they are being left to care for patients without enough support from doctors and nurses. The impact is that almost two in five […]
It’s a new year, why not try one of UNISON’s courses for a new you?
Activists can apply for substantial financial help for trade union and labour studies and women’s studies courses
New training will help further pioneering work on mental health in the workplace
UNISON urges remaining Welsh councils to follow suit and back their school support staff
National Skills Academy for Health director Candace Miller explains how it supports and celebrates healthcare support workers