Wednesday, 17 May 2017
There For You
Your union supports you at work, but we know there’s a whole world of other issues that can cause stress, unhappiness, and generally prevent you achieving what you want to achieve.
That’s why UNISON runs a support service covering finances, health, family, personal development and more. This is in addition to the work reps do supporting members at work.
It’s important too that members have a strong voice when it comes to national issues that seriously impact on living standards, such as the welfare system, public services, and jobs. UNISON campaigns in Parliament so policy-makers listen to the voice of public service staff.
How to access There For You
Your branch should have a Welfare Officer trained to support members to find the services they need from UNISON. They’re your first port of call.
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