Thursday, 22 June 2017

Help at work

How to Get Help

UNISON can help you in many ways, both at work and at home. If you are not sure who you should contact for help, or where to find the information that you need, this section will help you find it.

Help from your branch

Your workplace representative, or rep, can help you with a variety of issues at work and offer additional sources of advice and support in the first instance member should Email office@oxfordcityunison.com

UNISONdirect

UNISONdirect is our dedicated call centre for member queries. Call 0800 0 857 857 between 6am-midnight Monday-Friday and 9am-4pm Saturdays.
The freephone textphone number is 0800 0967 968.

Dealing with workplace issues

Members who have a workplace issue including advice or representation for a disciplinary hearing, grievance proceedings or a matter of employment law should first contact a local UNISON steward. All members seeking advice need to fill in a case form and send to their branch.

Personal Injury Surgeries

Whatever life throws at you, we'll help to protect you.
UNISON legal service provides free legal advice from Thompsons - solicitors who are experts in the field of personal injury law.
The legal surgery covers any injury claim, in work and out of work. Whatever the accident or disease, ranging from road traffic accidents, slips, trips, and falls, industrial deafness, asbestos-related conditions, vibration white finger and repetitive strain injury, it is all covered.
For upcoming dates and information on booking, please see the South East Region website Events page.

UNISON Welfare - There For You

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There for You is UNISON’s Welfare charity which provides a unique and confidential service to our members. This service includes financial assistance, wellbeing breaks and general advice. There for you also runs a Debtline, providing free, impartial and confidential debt advice over the phone as well as an online version called Debt Clinic.

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