Scotland’s Care Workers For Change

Scotland's Care Workers for ChangeCare is in crisis, thanks to a system that has been underfunded and ignored by governments for years. Care workers and the people that they look after are paying the price. That’s why we are campaigning for change – watch the campaign video here.

Claim Covid Cash now! #claimcovidcash
#claimcovidcashIf you work in social care or home care and are self isolating or shielding and are not receiving sick pay – we want to hear about it so that we can support you to #ClaimCovidCash. Despite funds being made available by Scottish Government, there are still many care workers not receiving full pay for sick leave when self isolating in relation to Covid-19.  To help tackle this care workers can register their details with UNISON online and join a campaign to ensure that all workers benefit from Scottish Government’s income guarantee. Click here or on the graphic for the online form.

Care workers’ news

Sign petition to save council run care homes in Edinburgh

Greig Kelbie, UNISON regional organiser, on BBC Radio Scotland urging everyone to back UNISON's campaign to save council run care ...
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Press Release

Care workers campaign to save council care homes in Edinburgh.

UNISON, the trade union for health and social care, has launched a campaign with care staff to save council run ...
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Scotland's Care Workers for Change

UNISON Scotland & Reforming Social Care

One consequence of Covid will be a reform of social care. UNISON is the union for care staff, so we ...
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Press Release

Public Health Scotland report into care homes, UNISON response

Deborah Clarke, UNISON head of community said: “Throughout this pandemic UNISON has raised the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE), ...
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#Claim Covid Cash - 10 excuses for non-payment by private sector employers

#Claim Covid Cash – 10 excuses for non-payment by private sector employers

UNISON launched its #ClaimCovidCash campaign for workers in social care who only received statutory sick pay when they had to ...
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