Our theme for this year’s Parents and Carers Spotlight Day is ‘Too much on your plate? Talk to Usdaw.’ We want to make sure that as many members as possible see that Usdaw can offer advice and support when times are tough.
Find out more about Supporting Parents & Carers
We have been finding out more about the problems many of our members have when they are travelling to and from work. See how you can support the campaign.
Find out more about Have a Safe Journey
Our campaign aims get more of our members talking about pensions and making plans for their retirement. You can also find out more about auto-enrolment.
Find out more about Pensions Awareness
Since the campaign was launched in 2002 we have held annual Respect for Shopworkers events to promote the campaign. Respect for Shopworkers Week took place from 11-15 November.
Find out more about Freedom From Fear
Usdaw is affiliated to the Labour Party because it is the only political party that can and will deliver for Usdaw members.
Find out more about Usdaw for Labour
Wherever you work within The Co-operative, Usdaw can help to give you a voice in your workplace. By joining Usdaw you will add your voice to those of colleagues across the UK.
Find out more about The Co-operative
Usdaw, which is known as ‘The Campaigning Union’ scooped the top prize for its Check Out Learning campaign, which brings adult education directly to the workplaces of thousands of retail staff.
Find out more about Lifelong Learning
Our campaign to improve and extend the National Minimum Wage (NMW) continues to make gains for our members. Since its introduction NMW has improved the hourly rates of pay for more than 2 million workers.
Find out more about National Minimum Wage
Our Young Workers Campaign aims to provide young workers with up to date information about their rights at work. By working together with young workers, Usdaw seeks to improve pay and rights for young people at work.
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Employees from the company's 350 stores are contacting Usdaw to find out where they stand in relation to the law and their rights.
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