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Manchester vigil: yellow hearts to shine a light on plight of North West families bereaved by Covid

Communities across the North West who have lost loved ones to covid will come together for the first time in Manchester on Friday (11 March) for a poignant candlelit vigil.


UNISON North West is breaking the bias this International Women's Day

We are proud to mark and support International Women’s Day- a global campaign to highlight the inequalities and biases faced by women around the world. 💜✊


UNISON North West President Elaine Cotterell


Public Service Workers Need a Pay Rise: Join UNISON in Blackpool

Join the UNISON bloc in Blackpool to protest against the Tories and demand a pay rise!


Care worker campaigners celebrate as Manchester City Council commits to pay Living Wage



Manchester care workers have reacted with joy to Manchester City Council’s announcement that they will require the Foundation Living Wage (£9.90) as a minimum starting salary for all directly employed and commissioned care and support workers in the city.


Roses are red, violets are blue, we’re doing band 3, but you’re paying band 2



Healthcare assistants (HCAs) employed by Stockport NHS Foundation Trust and other workers including nurses, midwives, other job roles etc are today (Monday) taking part in a Valentine’s Day celebration of the essential work they do to draw attention to their continued underpayment.


Care worker campaigners target seven Greater Manchester councils as Salford City commits to pay Living Wage

A group of care workers and UNISON members lobbied seven Greater Manchester council leaders and Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham outside a GMCA meeting in Trafford today (Friday).


Furious Lancashire hospital workers think OCS bosses “take the biscuit”

Furious frontline health workers have put two fingers up at bosses who gave them a KitKat as a reward for risking their lives on Covid wards.


UNISON calls out levelling up hypocrisy over Northern transport funding

UNISON North West transport lead Vic Walsh has written to Transport for the North Chief Executive Martin Tugwell to raise concerns that the 2022 funding settlement from the Department for Transport is failing communities in the North. The full content of the letter can be seen below.


Liverpool Charity Nugent Signs Up to Dying to Work Charter

Nugent- which delivers care, support and educational services to young people and adults has today signed up to the Dying to Work Charter in partnership with trade union UNISON. The charity operates in Liverpool, Sefton, Warrington, Wirral, St Helens and Wigan.



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