UNISON is coming to the Hambleton Civic Centre in Northallerton on Wednesday 31 May, to talk to members and meet new members.
TUC upholds complaint against NEU and confirms that only UNISON, GMB and Unite are allowed to actively recruit and negotiate on behalf of school support workers.
Ballot papers are landing for elections to UNISON’s National Executive Council (NEC). The NEC is the most senior body of members in the union, and it makes the most important decisions on how UNISON can be the best possible trade union for you and your colleagues at work. You may not have heard of the […]
UNISON members working on the Selby District Council leisure contract are being asked to vote yes to take strike action, after they reject a below-inflation pay award.
Employers respond with flat rate increase for local government and school workers.
We support the NEU strike and we have issued advice to explain how school support staff can help by not undermining the strike. Our members in schools should not be asked, nor expected, to cover for teachers who are on strike.
Analysis by the Work Foundation shows that the rights of millions of workers in the UK are under threat, with a disproportionate impact on women.
Dispute about proposal not to transfer some staff to new North Yorkshire council escalates, as email emerges that shows staff were told that they would transfer.
UNISON has reacted to news that not all staff at Harrogate and Craven councils are being offered the opportunity to transfer to the new North Yorkshire council on the terms and conditions negotiated by the union.
We have written to the leader of Hambleton District Council (HDC), Councillor Mark Robson, to request that all staff at HDC are offered the same exit options as four senior executives. HDC will cease to exist after 31 March 2023, as all North Yorkshire councils are merged into one new unitary council. Although all staff […]