UNISON is the biggest union in Cymru/Wales, with more than 100,000 members across the region.
Our members are people working in public services or for private contractors providing public services and essential utilities.
They include frontline staff and managers working full- or part-time in local authorities, the NHS, colleges and schools, universities, the electricity, gas and water industries, police services, transport and in the voluntary sector.
Members are organised into 61 branches across the country.
As well as defending public services and fighting the government’s cuts to public services, our priorities are campaigning for a living wage and regional weighting.
In Cymru/Wales, we have members in all of UNISON’s sectors. The biggest numbers of members are in health and local government.
The work that reps do in recruiting, organising and supporting members is key to the strength of UNISON. The levels of involvement and participation can be rewarded by personal fulfillment and satisfaction with knowing the union is growing stronger.
Read our latest briefings to the UNISON Assembly Member Group: UNISON briefing – use of agency workers during strike action UNISON response to NAW Winter Preparedness 2016-17 UNISON/UCU/NUS briefing – Hazelkorn What is the UNISON Assembly Member Group? Thirteen Labour Assembly Members belong to our UNISON Cymru/Wales Assembly Group, chaired by Dawn Bowden AM. Through […]
As regional secretary, I would like to warmly welcome you to UNISON Cymru/Wales. Your UNISON representatives at every level are dedicated to supporting you in the workplace and campaigning hard to improve your pay and employment conditions. We know that we are only as strong as our members and we want to hear your voice within the […]
As the leading public sector union in Wales, we guide the way in the campaign to defend Welsh public services and public service workers. Building the anti-cuts movement throughout Wales is at the heart of our work as a union.