The nomination period is about to open for this year’s service group executive elections
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Conference calls for support for workers and activists facing mental health issues
Merseytravel chair tells conference of problems for sector – and points to the public solutions
Environment Agency staff take industrial action after seeing a 20% drop in pay over the last decade
UNISON members won’t accept Centrica proposals to work longer, pay more and get less
Shadow transport secretary transport Andy McDonald shared Labour’s vision for the future at UNISON’s water, environment and transport service group conference.
Safety, new working practices and the increased use of technology were high on the agenda of the UNISON water, environment and transport conference in Brighton.
The union kicked off 2018 with a month of individual successes, stirring calls to action and an ingenious new campaign. And that was just in January. Here are our ‘high 5’ highlights
New Year Honours list includes MBEs for members working for the Environment Agency to protect the country from floods
A UNISON trio are balancing their public service jobs with a new role – as rock stars
Water, environment and transport delegates debate a wide range of motions as their conference opens in Brighton
Responding to a TUC analysis published today (Friday) that found emergency service workers have suffered real pay cuts of up to £3,300 since 2011, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Every year emergency service workers put their lives on hold so the rest of us can enjoy the festive season. “We know they are there […]
An analysis of pay at the UK’s 19 water companies has revealed a chasm between those at the top and those at the bottom of the wages league, says UNISON today (Tuesday). The union has been pushing for a living wage to be paid across the entire UK water industry through its Making Waves for […]
WET conference vows to keep up the pressure to ensure “the living wage for all in the water industry”