UNISON argues the plans are short sighted and will have wide ranging consequences, and vows it will fight to protect jobs
UNISON says the action will have serious implications for water and sewage services
The union reiterates its call for renationalisation, to ensure “value for taxpayers”
A short-term fix to bail out Thames Water won’t be enough.
Environment Agency staff take industrial action after seeing a 20% drop in pay over the last decade
WET conference vows to keep up the pressure to ensure “the living wage for all in the water industry”
Today we’re launching a new campaign – “Making Waves for the Living Wage” calling on all UK the water industry to sign up as accredited Living Wage employers with the Living Wage Foundation.
UNISON calls on government to maintain Aagency funding in wake of floods
As wind and rain batters the north of England I want to pay tribute to our members
Unions at North West utilities firm consider next steps after rejecting plans to close final salary scheme to all staff
UNISON members working at the Thames Barrier represent the ‘epitome’ of public service
UNISON is sad to confirm that three members were among the 38 people killed in the Tunisia terrorist attack
‘Predatory’ US multinationals waiting to descend on Europe’s public services, Glasgow delegates told
Water, environment and transport conference voices determination to fight for the living wage
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