European nationals working in Wales as carers, healthcare assistants and school support staff amongst others are to be offered assistance by UNISON in processing their applications to remain in the UK after Brexit
Wholesale cancellation of routine operations shows why it is essential we properly invest in hospitals and in safe staff numbers
UNISON North Wales Health branch has invited a range of public service workers and managers to a conference today to learn about and discuss how to better support female workers going through the menopause.
The true scale of almost a decade of savage austerity cuts to local communities in the Wales is laid bare in a study published by UNISON today, showing the impact of huge reductions in council funding. A series of freedom of information (FOI) requests to local authorities in Wales examined the changes in local services […]
Safe and effective staffing levels are paramount in providing quality care for patients and decent working conditions for staff
The Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams, has delivered a glowing tribute to school support staff in a specially-recorded film released today
UNISON Cymru Wales regional secretary Tanya Palmer. Photo credit: Natasha Hirst Figures released by UNISON today (Tuesday) show local services in Pembrokeshire are shrinking as a direct result of severe spending cuts driven by Westminster. Over the past nine years Pembrokeshire County Council has lost 732 jobs since 2010, equivalent to 12 per cent […]
Today (25 November) is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Wales’ largest trade union, UNISON Cymru Wales, wants to use its reach in public service workplaces up and down the country to raise awareness of the White Ribbon Campaign
Healthcare workers at Barry Hospital ecstatic after learning their campaigning efforts have won a reprieve for the threatened Sam Davies Ward
Martyn David Life on zero hours, low pay and insecure work has taken its toll on young people in Wales. That’s the message from UNISON which has organised a ‘Young Workers’ Well-being’ event today (Friday), thought to be the first of its kind in Wales. The trade union has brought together the Cwm Taf […]
Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams Visit to Coastlands school, Haverfordwest Thursday 21 November 2019 14.15-15.15 Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams, will take time out from her visit to Coastlands school in Pembrokeshire to meet school support staff and celebrate their achievements over a cup of tea and cake. The meeting has been […]
A small team in Wrexham has scooped the prestigious Nursing Times Team of the Year Award for their pioneering work transforming the Tryweryn psychiatric intensive care ward at Betsi Cadwaladr.
Trade unions representing healthcare workers at Betsi Cadwaladr are to meet the health board tomorrow (Friday) to discuss the ongoing dispute over the imposition of an unpopular nursing rota which would leave some nurses financially worse off.
The dire state of funding councils threatens public services such as adult care, road maintenance, libraries, leisure centres and food hygiene inspection and even the collapse of some councils
Torfaen Council leader Anthony Hunt, today celebrated the contribution of members of the Torfaen’s social services in keeping vital services running for some of the most vulnerable people in society