NUT strike: advice to UNISON members

The NUT is taking strike action on 26 March: advice for UNISON members working in English chools

Doncaster carers strike against massive cuts

UNISON members in Doncaster take second week of strike action against Care UK attempts to slash pay, terms and conditions

Unions reluctantly accept PTE pay offer

UNISON and Unite members have reluctantly agreed to accept the passenger transport executive employers

UNISON urges government to stop stalling over pension protections

Local government pension scheme will not be able to function after 1 April, without agreed protections

Local government dispute declared

UNISON, Unite and GMB declare formal dispute over failure to make a pay offer on 14 February ( England, Wales, Northern Ireland)

Stop this license to pollute

Get your MP to sign the Commons early day motion against 1,500 Environment Agency job cuts

Stand up for your local government services on 4 February

Union calls on every branch to organise lunchtime or after work rallies to speak up for pay and their local services

Leeds university makes extra payment to staff

December ‘thank you’ payment counters the claim of ‘no more money’ to resolve the pay dispute, says UNISON

Health and safety week activities serve up rewards

As the European health and safety campaign comes to an end, UNISON reflects on a few of the many successes branches achieved by taking part in Health and Safety Week 2013

Rotherham Hospital campaign goes to No 10

Politicians join activists to make the case against job cuts

Time to celebrate teaching assistants

29 November is the chance to celebrate the valuable contribution made by teaching assistants to the education system

Yorkshire celebrates teaching assistants with rallies, cakes and poems

Yorkshire celebrates its teaching assistants with rallies, cakes and poems for UNISON campaign

New materials to support our local government pay campaign

New leaflet and film available as well as online campaign to sign up to (England, Wales and Norethern Ireland)

Union wins Bradford derecognition battle

UNISON wins battle against derecognition after company takes over adult supported living services in Bradford

Barnsley council agrees to pay living wage

Barnsley council has stuck by an earlier decision and will pay the living wage to low paid employees