Supporting workers to be key players in the fight against climate change will be the focus of a UNISON led session for Wales Climate Week 2023.
School support staff across Wales are using their own money to help pay for pupils’ food and clothing says UNISON today (Friday).
Housing workers in Bridgend are set to lose thousands of pounds from their pensions under plans by their employer, says their union UNISON today (Thursday). Staff at the Valleys to Coast Housing Association have been told the organisation is looking to leave the local government pensions scheme (LGPS), which would have given employees a […]
A Newport health worker has represented Wales at a royal event honouring internationally educated nurses, says her union UNISON.
Hundreds of teaching assistants say they don’t have adequate training to deliver the Curriculum for Wales, says their union UNISON today (Thursday).
Cardiff and Vale Health Board is first in Wales to introduce My Health Passport for NHS staff.
Council workers in Merthyr Tydfil relieved after the local authority scrapped its decision to restrict the amount of time staff can access union reps.
UNISON is celebrating today (Thursday) after Merthyr Council reversed a decision to reduce the time staff get support from their unions.
Council workers in Merthyr Tydfil will protest today (Wednesday) after the local authority cut the time staff can get support from their union, says UNISON.
Council workers plan protest outside the offices of Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council after the local authority cut access to union reps, says UNISON.
UNISON workers from across Wales have been honoured with a series of awards.
UNISON is now recruiting and looking for fantastic local organisers to support our branches across Wales.
UNISON Cymru/Wales has sent an open letter to Welsh government deputy minister for health and social care Julie Morgan.
Care workers represented by UNISON today (Monday) took to the streets of Tonypandy to campaign against a threat to privatise services.
Workers at St David’s Hall are now fearing for the future of their jobs after Cardiff Council confirmed the venue would remain closed for repairs.