GMB investigation also found that over a thousand care users have been taken to court over debts.
Disability pay gap has increased to its highest level since 2013, TUC report shows.
Unite will be holding a 'National Day of Action against Universal Credit' on Thursday 24 May.
CWU condemn "cruel, heartless and uncaring attitude towards vulnerable people".
Channel 4 Dispatches documentary exposes the misery caused by universal credit, including a young disabled mother who attempted suicide.
TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady meets with opposition leaders at 'Brexit summit'.
TUC analysis found 550,000 children with a parent working in the public sector will be living in poverty by the end of the current financial year.
TUC says insecure work allows employers to treat some workers like "second class citizens", many of whom struggle to "budget for their weekly shop".
Jeremy Hunt urged to prevent further private limited companies being established by NHS trusts in England.
Thousands of families are "facing utter misery" over Christmas due to Universal Credit wait, says Unite.
Public sector workers have been battered by pay austerity since 2010, says Unite.
Unison report reveals that more than two in five mental health workers have been attacked in the last year.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show there were 1.4 million workers on zero-hours contracts in May 2017.
Labour leader told delegates that an 'epidemic of low pay' is 'leaving workers and their families locked in poverty'.
Cabinet agrees pay rises for prison and police officers this year but prison union says offer amounts to real-terms cut.
Report released before annual congress exposes in-work poverty, with people skimping on food and heating despite having jobs.
Staff in Cambridge and Crayford branches to protest over low wages and zero-hours contracts in action backed by Corbyn.
Findings fly in the face of Theresa May’s pledge to tackle "burning injustice" and build a Britain "that works to everyone".
TUC call for a 'zero tolerance attitude' to help reduce harassment and bullying of LGBT people at work.
Supreme court rules fees of up to £1,200 are ‘inconsistent with access to justice’ and government may have to pay back £27m.
TUC urges government to act as IFS report highlights growing north-south divide and regional concentration of poverty.
British Medical Association condemns 'shameful' tax credits 'rape clause'.
Government urged to introduce a 'real living wage' that reflects the rising cost of living.
Theresa May urged to give public service employees and 'long overdue' pay rise, as survey shows many are struggling to make ends meet.