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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In a sharp break from previous years Plymouth in UNISON Labour Link is looking to operate as a live body within UNISON and the Labour Party. Step one on that road is communication with you as members of the UNISON affiliated political fund. You may remember we...read more
Plymouth in UNISON has secured 70 tickets to Plymouth Jump ! And we're giving them away to the first 70 members to update their membership records so that we have an e-mail address to contact you at. (any updates count but you must have an e-mail address when you...read more
Following our 5% Pay claim and early campaigning UNISON, GMB and Unite have received a letter from the local government employers outlining a proposed two-year pay deal for council and school support staff in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The offer covers the...read more
From South West Equalities Network · National Women’s Conference pre-conference training – Saturday 6 January 2018, Taunton · National Black Members Conference pre-conference training – Saturday 13 January 2018, Bristol · Equality Forum – for...read more
February 2018 marks the centenary of the first suffragette victory in the UK. The Representation of the People Act 1918 meant that some women were able to vote for the first time. Parliament passed an act granting the vote to women over the age of 30 who were...read more
At the NEC meeting on Wednesday 6 December 2017 the union’s key objectives for 2018 were agreed as outlined below. UNISON’s main priority for 2018 will be to break the Westminster government’s pay cap policy and respond to the challenges posed by the implementation of...read more