A pathway for UNISON stewards, health and safety reps, learning reps and others who want to help people in their workplace who are going through the menopause.
You can work through as many or as few of these activities as you like, at your own pace. You can use the tick box at the end of each activity to record which ones you have completed.
Find out how you can claim funding through UNISON's Inclusive Learning Project to support learning in your workplace.
This heading includes various resources to help UNISON activists understand their responsibilities under the General Data Protection Requirement (GDPR).
An e-note for anyone who would like to learn more about supporting colleagues with dyslexia.
A pathway for UNISON learning reps and others who want to help people in their workplace who don't have English as a first language improve their language skills. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) learning is an opportunity to recruit and can provide an opening to organise around workplace issues.
- Find out how the Middlesex University UNISON branch made ESOL learning happen for outsourced cleaners at the university
- Discover the benefits of ESOL learning and how to argue the business case for it
- Learn practical tips for supporting workers as they undertake ESOL learning
This e-note will introduce you to apprenticeships, provide you with some essential information about UNISON's approach to apprenticeships, give you some ideas about how to support apprentices, and help signpost you to additional resources.
It explains the requirements of the new Apprenticeship Levy and how this affects employers where UNISON organises.
Annex x sets out the principles under which organisational change is managed in the NHS.
This e-note looks at the history of Annex-x The difference between downbanding and workforce re-profiling.