Care worker wins £1,826 in unpaid wages after being unable to work due to her pregnancy and COVID-19.
Councils forced to pick up the pieces from failing test and trace system in England.
Ministers must work with school staff and unions to agree safe ways of getting pupils safely back to the classroom in September.
All the main education trade unions have issued a joint statement today urging the government to rethink plans to ask schools to start to reopen from Monday 1 June.
Following various announcements over the last few days we are receiving lots of calls and emails from our members who work in schools.
Ministers must stop dodging the issue of safety and provide a clear explanation of how schools will keep pupils, staff and parents safe before any mass reopening.
Yesterday (Sunday 10 May) the Prime Minister announced what appear to be slight changes to the advice about work during the Coronavirus emergency. This is what he said on going to work: We now need to stress that anyone who can’t work from home, for instance those in construction or manufacturing, should be actively encouraged […]
UNISON provides £250,000 fund to provide grants to members who are struggling financially due to Covid-19.
UNISON’s head of local government and schools says something has changed in our fight for a fair pay rise.