Unite – Because you deserve better Unite’s Broad Industrial Strategy Work Voice Pay



Work, Voice, Pay

Len McCluskey

(Len McCluskey – Unite General Secretary)

Work, Voice, Pay is the cornerstone of our Union’s industrial strategy. At Unite we know that it is only by delivering at the workplace that we remain relevant to working people. It is our success or failure at the bargaining table that we are ultimately judged on.

I am delighted that our research consistently proves that Unite negotiations secure better pay deals for working people. But we are determined to help further improve delivery for our members at the workplace. At its core this pledge focuses on what our Union does best:

  • Securing good jobs and decent work
  • Making sure workers have a strong and effective voice
  • Getting decent pay and conditions



On this part of the website you will find tools and support to help you, as Unite reps, get organised and win Secure Work, a Strong Voice and Decent Pay where you work. Work, Voice, Pay is delivered by Unite’s Organising and Leverage Department, headed by executive officer, Sharon Graham (Below).



Sharon Graham


These resources are designed to assist you, our shop stewards and representatives. I hope that they will help you to campaign for better pay and conditions for Unite members.

Yours Fraternally,

Len McCluskey signature

Len McCluskey,
General secretary

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