City of Wolverhampton UNISON
city of Wolverhampton unison
Not a member of UNISON? You can join
Following the easing of restrictions on August 18, the Council has decided to maintain existing restrictions, consequently the UNISON office remains closed until further notice.
but you can still contact branch officers should you need support or advice
you can email us at
or by phone on the following numbers
Ade Turner 07931 532757
Sue Brealey 07875 266485
Dave Auger 07931 316743
Chris Cooper 07534 112559
or follow us on FB "city of Wolverhampton unison"
STAY SAFE and see you all soon
Who are we?
UNISON is one of the UK’s largest trade unions, serving more than 1.3 million members. We represent full-time and part-time staff who provide public services, although they may be employed in both the public and private sectors. Wolverhampton General Branch represents members across the city in areas such as Wolverhampton City Council, Wolverhampton Homes and Wolverhampton College as well members in acdemy schools and private care homes.
What do we do?
We negotiate staff pay, terms and conditions, and policies on behalf of members at a local and national level. Being a UNISON member gives you a voice and vote in these negotiations.
As a Branch, we campaign on the issues that matter to our members such as pay and the protection of public services.
UNISON members are entitled to representation and support from UNISON representatives in meetings relating to their employment, including meetings relating to the disciplinary, grievance and sickness management procedures.
Anyone can face problems at work but if you are a UNISON member, you don't have to face to face it alone