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Joining UNISON is the best decision I have made in years. Having worked in the Private Care Sector for several years, I had often thought about joining UNISON but felt that it would not be worth my while. However, after months of difficulties with my unsupportive and disorganised management, I decided it was time to join up. Despite having been a UNISON member for less than 6 months the union represented me without question and with complete commitment and professionalism.
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Barnet UNISON 24 hour strike 7 October – over 46 % of Library workers to be sacked. Read more ›
Royal College of Nursing Library & Heritage Centre – with award-winning writer, Stephen Bourne.
This free talk and reception includes author of Black Poppies, Britain’s Black community in the great war joins us for an evening of inspiration and insight into the contribution made by black and minority ethnic communities during the First World War. Read more ›
Some of our Reps who attended a UNISON refresher course at the UNISON office. This course ensures that the Reps are accredited under the Employment Relations Act 1999 so can represent members at disciplinaries and grievances. Read more ›
The sight of people risking their lives to escape war, poverty and oppression has been heart-breaking. The callous response from the British government stands in stark contrast to the compassion and commitment of ordinary people who have risen up across towns, cities and villages to organise and bring solidarity to the refugees. Read more ›
Dr Hannana Siddiqui of Southall Black Sisters will be giving a talk entitled Forced Marriage: The Way Forward. The talks will be held on Monday 5 November in Juniper House and the Council Chamber. It promises to be an interesting discussion and places are limited. Read more ›