The commitments that were made to women members almost a quarter of a century ago matter as much today as they did then – and as we approach our union’s 25th anniversary celebrations, we must return once again to those commitments, and renew them for the next quarter century to come.
Mike Jeram is someone who deserved a long and happy retirement after years of dedicated service to a union which he loved and its members who he cared about, and I am so sad that his life was cut far too short. But Mike’s was a life lived well, surrounded by people who loved him and who love in return. He was a great servant to our union, and like so many more across our whole union, I will miss him.
The article Mike Jeram was a vital part of our union, and we will miss him first appeared on the UNISON National site.
A UNISON trio are balancing their public service jobs with a new role - as rock stars
20-month dispute ends in victory for janitors in nursery, primary and ASL schools
The article Glasgow janitors win pay rise as new school year starts first appeared on the UNISON National site.
Emily Heron's dream to become a nurse is being thwarted by the government's decision to scrap the NHS bursary
Commenting on NHS England statistics covering Theresa May’s first year as Prime Minister, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis today (Thursday) said: “Patients are clearly paying the price for Theresa May’s time in Downing Street. Staff too are struggling to cope, delivering more with less while their pay lags ever further behind inflation. “It’s no surprise […]
The article Patients and staff ‘paying the price’ for Theresa May’s premiership, says UNISON first appeared on the UNISON National site.
A year ago Theresa May promised she’d govern differently. Of course, the past 12months have shown that her promises aren’t worth listening to. But it is not too late for the prime minister to take a different course, and invest in our nation’s health and in those who care for us.
The article Blog: Theresa May has presided over a year of harm to our health service first appeared on the UNISON National site.
Responding to government plans to provide an extra 10,000 training places for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals UNISON assistant general secretary Christina McAnea said: “These new posts are nowhere near enough to make up for the number of UK and EU nurses and midwives leaving the NHS. “Staff shortages, huge workloads, the withdrawal of the nursing bursary and the […]
The government must bring failing privatised probation services back under public control instead of leaving the taxpayer to bail them out, UNISON, NAPO and GMB said today (Wednesday). The three public service unions have written to justice secretary David Lidington highlighting how ‘risky and controversial’ reforms – where private probation firms manage thousands of people who have […]
The article Renationalise failing privatised probation services, say unions first appeared on the UNISON National site.
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