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It’s spring – let’s Go for Growth

Reach out to members and non-members with an event – a picnic, a stall in the canteen, cupcakes or a social

Article on the UNISON National site.

7 reasons to join UNISON

Each of our 1.3 million members has their own reasons for joining UNISON. But every one receives our help and support. Join today, and you can too.

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Join UNISON today

Essential cover is just a call or click away Losing sleep over your job security? Worried your role might be outsourced into the private sector? Or just looking for the full support of a union in uncertain times? Whatever your reason, it couldn’t be easier to join the UK’s largest public service union right now. […]

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Let’s Go for Growth in May

Last year’s Grovember campaign was such a success we’re doing it again in May with a Go for Growth month

Article on the UNISON National site.

Who can join?

Anyone employed in providing public services can join UNISON. That includes people working: in the public services; for private contractors; in the utilities; in community and voluntary organisations. Joining UNISON means you have access to our huge network of stewards and reps, who are there to help you with your workplace problems. Our members include […]

Page on the Get Started site.

7 reasons to join UNISON

Each of our 1.3 million members has their own reasons for joining UNISON. But every one receives our help and support. Join today, and you can too.

Page on the Join UNISON site.

Join UNISON today

Essential cover is just a call or click away Losing sleep over your job security? Worried your role might be outsourced into the private sector? Or just looking for the full support of a union in uncertain times? Whatever your reason, it couldn’t be easier to join the UK’s largest public service union right now. […]

Page on the Join UNISON site.

Why do people join UNISON?

Everyone has a reason for joining UNISON. Here, members share their stories on why they joined UNISON, how they became more involved in union activities and explain the benefits of joining. Jolanta Kraujaliene Catering worker from London Things are getting more expensive – especially food. Last year, prices started slowly going up, now they’re going […]

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How much does it cost to be a UNISON member?

UNISON membership costs less than you might think – costs start at just £1.30 a month. How much you pay for your UNISON membership depends on how much you earn. But all our members get the same benefits, support and exclusive offers. Membership costs in England, Scotland and Wales/Cymru Annual salary Monthly cost Up to […]

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Coming soon: New application forms

Changes to data protection regulations and to the political funds mean the forms have to change from 1 March

Article on the UNISON National site.