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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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UNISON AGM will be held on 4th March at 12 noon in the Council Chamber at Waltham Forest Town Hall. The meeting will be rerun at 4pm for members who cannot get to the meeting at lunchtime. Read more ›
An annual event celebrating the achievements of women is being marked with a week-long of activities in Waltham Forest. Read more ›
The Low Pay Commission (LPC) have recommended to the Government that the adult rate of the National Minimum Wage, which applies to workers aged 21 and over, should rise by 3 per cent to £6.70 from October 2015. Click here to read more
Commenting on the naming and shaming today by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills of 70 employers who have cheated staff out of the minimum wage, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said: Read more ›
UNISON is backing the UN Anti-Racism Day demonstration in London on 21 March – the anniversary of the 1960 Sharpeville massacre in apartheid South Africa. Click here to read the full article.
UNISON is delighted to introduce Skills for Schools, a new website that will give school support staff a host of information and help about training and career development. Read more ›
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John Cryer, M.P. for Leyton will be speaking about the forthcoming general election and a Solicitor from Thompsons will be giving advice about personal injury claims. Read more ›