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Learning Disabilities Campaign - Letters/Calls to Councillors

Feb 28

E-mail and template letter and call script for contacting councillors

UK Residential Care Workers' Seminar 10 November - A First-hand Account by Nicole Stanfield-Caile

Nov 21

UK Residential Care Workers' Seminar 10 November 2016 Nicole Stanfield-Caile

Somerset County Branch celebrates trade unions with Big Workplace Meeting event

Feb 09

Hearts Union week. Branch workplace meeting today was well attended. The country-wide video defending trade unions, presented by Frances O'Grady and Eddy Izzard, discussed the Trade Union and the threat to workers rights by this government.

UNISON calls for Somerset County Council to learn lessons from Southwest One joint venture

Dec 21

Somerset County Council and Southwest One joint venture is brought to an end, and UNISON calls for lessons to be learned.

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Join us and march for the NHS on Saturday

Feb28

UNISON calls on members, friends and family to join the 4 March national demonstration and show support for a health service under pressure

The article Join us and march for the NHS on Saturday first appeared on the UNISON National site.

Health service group by-election

Feb28

Result of health SGE Greater London by-election announced

The article Health service group by-election first appeared on the UNISON National site.

Blog: If the government wants to tackle low pay, glossy adverts aren’t the answer

Feb27

If the government wants to spend money on tackling low pay, there are better alternatives – like real legal enforcement of the minimum wage to penalise unscrupulous employers and introducing a living wage low-paid workers can actually live on, a legal minimum wage worthy of the name.

The article Blog: If the government wants to tackle low pay, glossy adverts aren’t the answer first appeared on the UNISON National site.

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