Tory education policies are turning the clock back to the time when education was the preserve of the rich, says union
November is young workers month and UNISON wants to hear directly from young workers on what support they need from their union
Durham Miners Gala is taking place on Saturday 8th July and last year over 150,000 people attended the event. It’s one of the biggest community and trade union events in the world and now we’ve added a great value weekend festival. It’s your chance to see some of the best bands including: The Lightning Seeds, […]
The government has launched its campaign to raise awareness of the increase in national minimum wage rates – and the so-called national living wage – which will come into force on 1 April. The new rates are: 25 and over – £7.50 an hour; 21 to 24 – £7.05 an hour; 18 to 20 – […]
This weekend, many of UNISON’s young members are coming together to talk about the future of our union, the future of public services and the future of our country.
‘Everyone has the right to work in a safe environment free of bullying and harassment’, delegates told
Young people are being encouraged to vote remain on 23 June to safeguard the rights of millions of workers – and their own futures. UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis today (Friday) called on the 64,000 young workers represented by the union – including nurses and teaching assistants – to turn out at the polls. Speaking […]
UNISON steps up its campaign to challenge the ‘insidious rise’ of zero hours contracts