Rhondda Cynon Taf council set to implement living wage

UNISON campaign wins living wage for low-paid members

UNISON fair funding lobby of Welsh Assembly

UNISON members to present petition to Assembly members at Senedd building

UNISON general secretary salutes members ahead of Rhondda lobby

Local government workers protest over slashed car allowance

Probation staff set for second strike in England and Wales

Employers walk away from ACAS talks – prompting new strike action over 0% offer

Dossier reveals cost of Rhondda Cynon Taff mileage rate cut

Rhondda Cynon Taff Council’s decision to slash mileage rates for staff will cost the public purse more. A dossier produced by UNISON Cymru/Wales proves that forcing council workers to use public transport in the course of their jobs actually increases costs. The council’s decision saw it break nationally-recognised HMRC guidelines on fair mileage rates and become […]

Betsi Cadwaladr consultation shows impact on morale

UNISON Cymru/Wales’s thorough consultation with members of what it is like to work for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board moved to Wrexham Maelor yesterday with two mass meetings of health workers. The union has organised a widespread listening exercise to discover the extent of problems across the board’s hospitals after the imposition of special measures by the […]

UNISON investigates working conditions at Wrexham Maelor

UNISON’s Listening to you campaign comes to Wrexham Maelor

UNISON Investigates Working Conditions at Betsi Cadwaladr Hospitals

UNISON’s ‘Listening to You’ review of what it is like to work for Betsi Cadwaladr

UNISON Wales launches review after special measures move

UNISON Cymru/Wales has launched a review of what it is like to work for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board in the wake of allegations of historic abuse and the imposition of special measures by the Welsh government. All UNISON health care members in the area have been asked to complete a questionnaire about their working […]

UNISON Wales launches review after special measures move

UNISON Cymru/Wales has launched a review of what it is like to work for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board in the wake of allegations of historic abuse and the imposition of special measures by the Welsh government. All UNISON health care members in the area have been asked to complete a questionnaire about their working […]

Staff halt car use as Welsh council slashes mileage rate

UNISON Cymru/Wales members employed by Rhondda Cynon Taff Council have begun industrial action short of strike, after the council slashed the milage rate. Members are withdrawing their private cars from use for any council business after the decision. The members include social workers, care managers and highways engineers, who have to travel by car in […]

UNISON Cymru/Wales pays tribute to Roger Bevan

Sudden death of one of UNISON’s most talented trade union organisers

Austerity cuts put local democracy at risk

UNISON Cymru/Wales warns that austerity cuts are damaging our public services and threatening to undermine local democracy

Councils and unions lobby Parliament over fair funding for Wales

Five years of austerity have ‘inflicted long-term damage ‘on Welsh communities

New all-Wales ambulance branch launched

UNISON Cymru/Wales has brought together three branches to create a single, new ambulance branch for the whole country