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UNISON anger at Cardiff council’s savage budget proposals

UNISON members at Cardiff council have responded angrily to budget proposals being put out to consultation by the council. UNISON believes that if the council continues with their destructive policies, public services in the city will be beyond repair. The council are also expecting the workforce to pay for some of the deficit through further erosion of […]

Welsh NHS strike suspended after new new proposals put forward

UNISON Cymru/Wales has today decided to suspend the industrial action in the NHS planned for Monday 10 November and consult members on new proposals put forward by the Welsh government. UNISON members working in the NHS in Wales were planning a half-day stoppage, followed by a week of action short of strike action, between Tuesday […]

UNISON welcomes Caerphilly council’s commitment to in-house services

UNISON welcomes recommendation from scrutiny committee at Caerphilly council to utlise in-house services to progress plans for Oakdale secondary school

UNISON calls on Welsh Government to tackle in-work poverty through the living wage

The Welsh government needs to make sure Wales is truly a living wage nation, says UNISON Cymru/ Wales following the release of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation report Monitoring poverty and social exclusion in Wales today. UNISON is calling on the Welsh government to make sure that all staff it employs, whether directly or indirectly through procurement, are […]