UNISON urges local authorities to join the campaign for a Robin Hood Tax, which could provide much-needed funds for vital community services.
Anniversary of women’s suffrage used to survey female members’ attitudes to barriers they face in today’s workplaces
Tanya Palmer, UNISON Cymru Wales regional secretary and UNISON Cwm Taf Morgannwg health branch have signed up to this joint statement as a part of the campaign for Safe Emergency Care across Cwm Taf Morgannwg Add your voice to the campaign to retain A&E services by signing this petition
UNISON paper says local government must place people and services at the forefront
UNISON and ITV would like to hear of your experience as a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic healthcare employee and whether or not you have experienced racism in the NHS.
Christmas Day is just a normal day for carers. Rather than sitting down to dinner with their family, these community superstars will be working to provide dignity and care to vulnerable people in their homes and residential centres. Download our campaign postcard as a pdf. To request a batch of campaign postcards contact your branch secretary. […]
UNISON is calling on the Welsh Government to ring-fence funding to ensure that learning support workers aren’t expected to bear the burden of the cost of registration with the Education Workforce Council next year. To see fuller details on why we think the fees should be paid and to sign our petition, please follow this […]
UNISON Cymru has called a mass demonstration outside the Welsh Assembly on 18 October at 12.30pm to call for fair funding for Wales to protect our vital public services. The event coincides with the publication of the Welsh Government’s draft budget proposals. Bring your work mates, friends and family for a loud and colourful lobby […]