Branch Secretary :

United We Stand!

Standing shoulder to shoulder with residents help us as trade unionists to achieve more of what we want - better pay, better working conditions, and healthier environments. It's as simple as that!


The Housing Association Workers and Residents Network builds unity and strength across the sector and increases our chances of winning in our workplaces.  


Staff cuts, pay cuts, and impossible targets for frontline workers all increase staff turnover and undermine our ability to deliver decent services. But with residents increasingly fighting for improvements to their services, and workers increasingly resisting pay cuts and bad employment practices, it makes sense to unite.


We call on all reps and activists across the Unite Housing Workers to join us for the next HAWRNet meeting:


Monday 12th June


Diskus Centre

Unite HQ

128 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8TN (map).


Please download the flyer and encourage your colleagues to come along too.




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