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June Activists Course – PLACES STILL AVAILABLE

Places are still available on various activist courses taking place in June 2021. See the list below for what's available and head to to book your place.   Employment Law - Understanding Trade Union Law Friday 4 June Employment...

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Tax Relief for Working from Home

You can now claim tax relief for working from home for the 2021-22 tax year. The UK government has extended the period for which those working from home can claim tax relief for additional household costs incurred by working at home (e.g. heating, electricity, etc)....

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Message from BAME Officer, Tiahna Gaskin

As the newly appointed BAME Representative for UNISON my first point of call is to open discussions surrounding the terminology that we use here at the university. During a recent 'Black Members SOG' meeting, it was brought to my attention that UNISON have opted to...

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Message from Disabilities Officer, Jane Carter

Calling all disabled members of UNISON – I'm new to the role of Disabled Members officer so I’d like to understand more about the issues that you face in the workplace. I plan to send out a survey and ask for your views on what the important topics are that you...

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Unison South West Retired Members’ Newsletter

The latest edition of Retired Life, the unison South West Retired Members' Newsletter, is available now. This edition includes a message from the South West Retired Members' Committee, items on pension underpayment, the pandemic, Brexit and more. Scroll to the bottom...

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University of Bristol UNISON Branch is run by a branch committee and supported by skilled staff and is fully integrated into the wider network both regionally and nationally. We negotiate on behalf of our members for better pay and conditions, help individuals in trouble, and campaign for a safer, fairer society.

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