Branch appeals for donations to hardship fund as workers start two weeks on the picket line for sick pay from international company worth hundreds of millions

Hull recycling workers strike for sick pay

Branch appeals for donations to hardship fund as workers start two weeks on the picket line for sick pay from international company worth hundreds of millions

There for You needs you!

UNISON’s welfare charity is holding an election to find six trustees to direct its work

Harrogate NHS members reject plans to transfer them to private company

Consultative ballot sees 97% say ‘No’ to plans by North Yorkshire trust to move their jobs to a wholly owned subsidiary

Graphic from the cover of the ethical care charter document

Sheffield signs up to the Ethical Care Charter

Yorkshire council becomes the largest local authority to sign UNISON’s charter

Yorkshire ambulance paramedics win pay rise

Agreement reached on regrading to reflect paramedics’ skills as UNISON prepared for industrial action ballot

The values I grew up with are the same as those at the heart of this great union

The values that I grew up with in Leeds are the values that are at the heart of our great union, driving the members, activists and staff who achieve so much. And they’re what I’m proud to fight for each day as your general secretary.

Children attending UNISON's Christmas cinema screening in Inverclyde stand outside the cinema holding placards saying 'we demand popcorn'

Christmas cheer and charity

UNISON members are helping workplaces, their families and communities to warm up for the festive season

The Trade Union Bill: Roger’s story

Roger is 70 years old and has been retired from Sheffield City Council as an administrator since 1997

Trying to stop check-off for union subs ‘a silly and petty policy’

Trade Union Bill is “unfair, unnecessary and undemocratic,” says Doncaster mayor Ros Jones