As part of our local advertising campaign to raise awareness of our union we have 10 electronic billboards within 500 metres of the Civic Centre. We are asking members to take selfies with the billboards. There will be prizes for: Best selfie Prize for anyone who sends in selfies with all ten billboards – local […]
A new Southampton wide campaign to encourage people to join UNISON is live now across the city – on billboards and on social media. Look out for our adverts, coming to a billboard or a phone screen near you soon!
In this month’s issue have a look at how you can attend our Tolpuddle event. Coach spaces are available but going fast – so don’t delay! In addition get to know us and how we can help you. Southampton Branch Newsletter May 2019
Unite members have voted to accept Labour led Southampton Council’s recommendation to keep Holcroft House open with the guarantee of Council jobs for all and other conditions UNISON members narrowly reject the revised proposals on the future of Glen Lee Southampton City Council plans a centre of excellence in dementia services Public Services recommended to […]
Petition to save Glen Lee and Holcroft House has most signatures of any petition submitted to Southampton City Council.
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 […]
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 […]
A selection of the incredible Inclusive Learning work our members have been doing over the past few months.
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 […]
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.