UNISON reacts to minister’s announcement of review into English further education funding, alongside ‘efficiency and resilience’
Branch members take anti-cuts campaign to the streets as they count down to council meeting that could slash services
A joint union leaflet (UNISON, GMB, Unite) aimed at the general public making the case for local government and school workers to get a decent pay rise. Bilingual Welsh/English
A guide to using the Public Sector Equality Duty to fight cuts, attacks on pay and conditions and discrimination by public service employers. It explains what the duty is and how you can use it, drawing on successful campaigns to date.
Charities and care companies that have paid staff one-off payments for overnight sleep-ins should not be exempt from paying the national minimum wage, says UNISON. Claims for back pay could cost the sector £400m according to Mencap. UNISON believes care workers should be paid at least the minimum wage for work they have already done […]
‘Our broad range of services are needed more than ever’ delegates hear as union local government conference gets under way