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.
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.
UNISON Member and Labour Councillor for Shirley, Satvir Kaur, attending the 2018 UNISON National Women’s Conference in Liverpool. Here she talks about her experience, and why it’s set a fire in her belly.
One of our low-waged women members gives a touching personal account of how UNISON Welfare supported them in their time of need.
Find out about the changes Anita and Denise have won.
Football didn’t come home, but will our outsourced services?
This June we sent three brand new Learning Reps to National Delegate Conference. Find out more about their experience here.
The National Assessment and Accreditation System piles extra pressure on our already accredited social workers. Sign our petition today.