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‘When the clapping dies down, UNISON will still be fighting for care workers to be properly treated’
‘When the clapping dies down, UNISON will still be fighting for care workers to be properly treated: paid living wages, with proper job security and career structures.’
UNISON regional organiser Tony Jones said the plans were in effect a 20% pay cut for members
February may have been cold and wet but the UNISON fires burned brightly this month
Research published today by the Centre for Health and Public Interest shows what UNISON members have been saying for decades: residential care homes are being run irresponsibly.
Vulnerable people and care workforce should not face uncertainty
UNISON welcomes set of solid proposals that will improve the lives of so many
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