We have over 4,000 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 one of Britain’s biggest union, representing more than 1.3 million members across the UK’s public services.
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UNISON members travel free on the coach organised by Plymouth Trades Council but booking is essential Contact Kevin Treweeks on 0758503917 or book via the PTUC To book a ticket: 1. Email PlymouthTUC@gmail.com stating whether you are: - waged or unwaged. -joining at...read more
A full report back will appear here later from your delegates Kevin Treweeks, Hayley Kemp and Ashleigh Knowles In the mean time here are the outcomes of all the votes that were taken over the 4 days...read more
UNISON CALLS FOR A 5% PAY RISE FOR ALL – AND THE FOUNDATION LIVING WAGE FOR THE LOWEST PAID UNISON, GMB and Unite today lodged the following pay claim for all council and school workers employed on NJC pay in England, Wales and Northern Ireland: The deletion of NJC...read more
Last year nearly 5000 UNISON members took part in a national equality survey about your experience of equality in the workplace – one of the biggest responses to any survey ever run by UNISON! The results were used to brief our service groups and self-organised groups...read more
Although much of the media would have us believe that the outcome of the general election on 8 June is a foregone conclusion, there is much to play for. Get involved now – with UNISON members, your colleagues, friends and family. 1. Use our public services...read more
UNISON members made their feelings very clear at a special conference last year that our current two year pay deal simply wasn't good enough. We were unable to re-open those negotiations for 2017 so the need to kick off our pay campaign for 2018 is more pressing than...read more