UNISON has almost 5,000 young members in the South East. If you are a UNISON member and under 27 years of age you are automatically entitled to participate as a young member.
Young members' groups work to:
encourage recruitment, organisation and participation of young workers
provide a powerful voice for young members
give young members the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to participate in the union.
As a young member in the South East you are supported by a union of 102,000 members who can assist you with support, training, advice and guidance.
The South East Young Members’ Forum brings together young members from across a wide variety of employers in South East and takes a lead in organising, running and supporting young member campaigns across the region.
The Forum has also created a section of various resources that young workers may find helpful.
Young members make a difference in the workplace by campaigning on the issues that affect them directly, such as job security and training, apprenticeships, workplace rights, pay and conditions problems and bullying. As a young member you can take part in all UNISON campaigns.
Click Here for the latest South East Region Young Members Newsletter
For more information on Young Members in UNISON, contact Geoff Ellis