NHS staff say ‘#OneTeam2K’ as they call for a pay rise

Health staff across the UK are entering a second day of campaigning, urging the government to give every NHS worker an early pay rise of at least £2,000

Article, News on the UNISON National site.

Lost in lockdown

UNISON’s Caerphilly branch secretary reflects on what it means to go ‘back to square one’ as the county is put into local lockdown

Tight cropped porter of Rosie MacGregor

Retired members’ committee announces care webinar

Online event will take the place of cancelled conference and will be centred around social care and the need for a national care service

Article, News on the UNISON National site.

SOAS staff to strike against cuts

Support workers at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) have voted overwhelmingly to take action to save jobs

Article, News on the UNISON National site.

UNISON president calls for a ‘global recovery’ after the pandemic

UNISON members address virtual TUC congress, highlighting the impact on workers of the COVID-19 pandemic

Article, News on the UNISON National site.

Government mustn’t sleepwalk into further care home catastrophe, says UNISON

Plan needed for care homes and infection control fund must be extended

News, Press release on the UNISON National site.
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Have you contracted COVID-19 at work? Let us know 

UNISON has launched a COVID-19 workplace exposure questionnaire in partnership with Thompsons solicitors

Article on the UNISON National site.

When homeworking versus the office isn’t a straightforward choice

The results from UNISON’s annual equalities survey are in, and after 8,825 responses including from Black, disabled, women and LGBT+ members, one of the most contentious topics is working from home

Article on the UNISON National site.

Saving the nation

UNISON members tell their stories from the first months of the COVID crisis

UNISON reps at the University of East Anglia Amanda Chenery-Howes and Dylan Brook Davies

Winning a change of heart at the University of East Anglia

With COVID-19 affectedly higher education finances badly, reps at the University of East Anglia worked to ensure that lower-paid members didn’t suffer as a result

Article, News on the UNISON National site.