Hands off our Homes: “these homes are an important part of the community.”

In the third of our series of interviews with those affected by the proposed closure of Glen Lee and Holcroft House, Hands off our Homes asked residents and their families, members of the local community and employees, to tell us why they think these two council run facilities shouldn’t be closed and how shutting them down […]

ULR Emma Nand talks about making positive changes for her colleagues in the workplace

How long have you been a member of UNISON? I joined as soon as I started work, aged 17, so about 15 years ago. I first started my working career in the NHS as a nursery nurse at the Southampton General Hospital, and then four years ago I transferred my membership over when I became […]

UNISON Inclusive Learning Bulletin December 2018

A selection of the incredible Inclusive Learning work our members have been doing over the past few months.

New Adult Learning Courses for 2019

Community Interpreting 2019 This is an information session for students who are interested in a career in community interpreting. You will find out about the pathways from a Level 1 to a Level 3 qualification. Come along to one of the information sessions. C3743836  Wednesday 16 January 2019 OR C3743835  Tuesday 22 January 2019 Location […]

Hands off our Homes: “In the private sector, it’s not always about the quality of care”

The second in our series of interviews with care workers in the at-risk homes. They tell us why they do their job, and what makes it all worthwhile.

Doing something different to grow our union

From food bank drives to winter warmers – find out what branches across the South East region did for Grovember.

Hands off our Homes: Consultation Response – A Detailed Guide

UNISON and Unite have created a detailed model response to help you complete the Council’s consultation on the proposed closure of Glen Lee and Holcroft House.

Hands off our Homes: Consultation Response – Quick Guide

UNISON and Unite have created a quickfire model response to help you complete the Council’s consultation on the proposed closure of Glen Lee and Holcroft House.

How I became a trade unionist: Julie Harris

No one is born a trade unionist, but some people’s routes be ing organised and active in their branch are a little different to others.

A stronger union benefits us all

This September, UNISON may be even more visible in your workplace as part of a push to grow the union across the South East. On the eve of this recruitment initiative, we spoke with representatives and staff from 4 local branches about what they had planned – and, in their personal opinion, the difference that a strong union makes.