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Larry Larry (Member)

After having been working as a nurse for so many years - and having gained some experience as a Unison rep, I realised that often it turns out that the Union is with the management.

Loads of nurses and NHS staff within the UK are finding themselves in disciplinaries, and hounded by their managers - don't we just know it!

When an investigation happens, they may choose to suspend you and then they may later ask you into a room, and say resign or be dismissed - it really happens!

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ZippyGBR, BSN, RN

Specializes in Spinal Cord injuries, Emergency+EMS.

if nothing that's a warning to think long and hard about who you get to represent your interests ...

exactly how many unison members or Nurses or HCAs ... i doubt it's 400k is it ...

XB9S

Specializes in Advanced Practice, surgery.

After having been working as a nurse for so many years - and having gained some experience as a Unison rep, I realised that often it turns out that the Union is with the management.

Loads of nurses and NHS staff within the UK are finding themselves in disciplinaries, and hounded by their managers - don't we just know it!

When an investigation happens, they may choose to suspend you and then they may later ask you into a room, and say resign or be dismissed - it really happens!

I have to be honest I have found the absolute opposite, I have found unions to be very much on the sides of their members and not "with the management." At the end of the day it's about making sure that there are safe nurses looking after patients in our hospitals and nursing homes

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