We have over 4,500 members in Plymouth in UNISON, with Branch Officers, Stewards and Health & Safety Reps located throughout the city you have a strong local Branch support network ready to help you wherever and whenever you need us.
Members in Plymouth in UNISON are people working in the public services, or for private contractors providing public services. They include staff working full or part time in local authorities, the NHS, colleges and schools and the voluntary sector. Employers include: Plymouth City Council, Livewell Southwest, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust and City College Plymouth. We negotiate on behalf of our members for better pay and conditions, help individuals in trouble and campaign for a safer, fairer society.
UNISON is Britain’s biggest union, representing more than 1.3 million members across the UK’s public services.
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Dear Member Further to UNISON Local Government Conference decision to do more to promote the valuable work our members do the issue was discussed at the National SGE meeting last week, Below is a list of roles we are still looking to interview for our feature...read more
The TUC has recently been holding regional workshops countrywide to raise the awareness of the menopause and its impact on women in the workplace and what action trade unions can take to support members and encourage employers to make adjustments and to recognise...read more
Happy new year to you all and especially the several hundred UNISON members who work at Livewell south west. We continue to go from strength to strength increasing numbers both at Livewell and Plymouth as a whole. Plymouth in UNISON have over 4500 members in our...read more
Schools consultative ballot (England) update We have begun work on preparing for our consultative ballot of school members, which will ask members whether they are prepared to take industrial action in response to funding cuts causing job losses, increased workload...read more
Below is a copy of the letter being sent to UNISON members in Plym Multi Academy Trust Dear Sisters and Brothers Following the TUPE transfer of you school employees from the local authority to Plym Multi Academy Trust, the new employer is not legally bound to follow...read more
Non teaching staff in schools are already some of the lowest paid and are frequently the first to pay the price of cuts to schools funding. The recent Budget did nothing to ease the difficulties schools in Plymouth have balancing their books, despite the money for...read more