UNISON is one of the UK’s largest trade unions, serving more than 1.3 million members. We represent full-time and part-time staff who provide public services, although they may be employed in both the public and private sectors. What we do UNISON represents and acts for members working in a range of public services and utilities. […]
This body is elected from all UNISON South West Branches and lay structures. It provides leadership across the region on campaigns, organising and bargaining. Its officers are Kevin Judd and Trudie Brailey (Co-Convenors), Debbie Russell (Deputy Convenor) as well as Joanne Kaye (Regional Secretary). Members are elected to South West Committee by standing for one of the […]
UNISON has almost 5,000 young members in the South East. If you are a UNISON member and under 27 years of age you are automatically entitled to participate as a young member. Young members’ groups work to: encourage recruitment, organisation and participation of young workers provide a powerful voice for young members give young members […]
Democracy is at the heart of everything we do in UNISON, from what we campaign on, to the rules governing membership of our organisation. All members in UNISON belong to a local branch. Almost 100,000 members in 110 local branches form UNISON South East. Our members are our strength and our democracy is how members […]
We are UNISON South West, made up of 90,000 public service workers. From hospitals to town halls, schools to street cleaners, libraries to police stations, we are the people who keep Britain going twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Our members unite together in the belief that all workers deserve to live with dignity […]
Includes the chairs checklist and everything committee members need to know before attending committee meetings online.