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Unison Live Chat

Unison Live Chat is Open for the Following Hours:

Monday to Friday: 6 am to 12 am

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Union serves more than 1.3 million members in the UK representing both full-time and part-time staff. Unison acts for members working in different sectors such as utilities and public services. You can connect to their agents via live chat, email, or phone.

For accessing Unison Live Chat, click on the following link.

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Unison Customer Service

You can contact the Unison Customer service team via email and phone. The phone number can be used for a faster turnaround time and has less than 2 minutes of waiting time. Email requests can take between 2 to 3 business days to be handled.

Unison Contact Number: 0800 0 857 857

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  1. Mrs Elizabeth boyle

    I work for NHS Scotland and there’s a debate about the contract hours I said we work out hours but some want to finish ten minutes early to get changed in to our own clothes but I think yous hours are your hours and should be on the floor for 7/30 and of it at eight o’clock so is it a thing that you can leave early or not

  2. Patricia Woodfinden

    I’m already a member and have been for years. The company i have worked for 10 years and are being taken over on 01/04/24 I need to know my rights as i am due to retire in march 24 .ie can they change my rota can they make us redundant?

    • Claire Oliver

      I am currently a Unison member but I’ve changed jobs. I was at a school in the kitchen and I’m now in a care home serving food to residents. Do I need to change my union?

  3. anton dominic cater

    i work in alocal nursing home in alvechurch west midlands as their laundry assistant.well im asking is it true about what they told us recently and that is at the moment we are recieving the coronavirus tests and they told us that we will be doing this till may 19th and then you have to do it at home and register online with it otherwise if you dont register then you cannot work.well this is new to me as we have all had the coronavirus jabs and the booster and the news has said nothing about this.please can you help me with this and let me know if its true or not

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