News: The Latest from Ealing Unison


This election is going to give us all the opportunity to remove one of the most right-wing, cruel and opressive Tory Governments in history.

But the election cannot be about just one issue. The rest of society is too important to let that be the case.

This election is your chance to vote to support public services; services that are in crisis.

Hundreds of thousands of jobs have been slashed and budgets have been cut for hospitals, schools, police forces and local authority services.

The last nine years have seen public sector pay shrink by 20%, zero hours contracts rise and the gap between rich and poor soar.

So let’s talk to our friends and family about this election and encourage our colleagues and strangers to get out and vote.

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Recruitment Events

Ealing Unison will be organising recruitment events and members meetings in the run up to Christmas, with a recruitment stall at Perceval House in late November and events in Schools to mark Stars In Our Schools Day on Friday 29th November.

If you would like to suggest a meeting or event please get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to help plan and facilitate

Winter Fuel Grant 2019-20

We are delighted to be launching this year’s Winter Fuel Grant Programme next week on Monday 2 December!

The Winter Fuel Grant Programme is run by UNISON’s charity, There for You. It is a limited fund to help UNISON members who are on a low income with their heating costs over the winter.


Download an application form here


Member Benefits

Find out about what benefits you can enjoy as a Unison member



UNISON submitted a pay claim for all council and school workers, employed on NJC pay in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on 24 July 2019. UNISON, GMB and Unite’s joint claim is asking the Local Government Association for:

  • A real living wage of £10 per hour for the lowest paid (NJC scp 1)
  • A 10% increase for everyone else
  • A one day increase to the minimum paid annual leave entitlement
  • A two hour reduction in the standard working week
  • A comprehensive joint national review of the workplace causes of stress and mental health



There For You

Members experiencing financial and emotional difficulties can contact our welfare charity, There for You, which provides a confidential advice and support service for members and their dependants.

Check out their website for more details

Advice for our EU Members as Brexit approaches

If you are an EU National and a Unison member, you can contact us for advice about your status in the UK after Brexit.

Click here for more details

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