UNISON celebrates trade unions in the community

UNISON Cymru Wales will warn what society stands to lose with the UK Conservative government’s Trade Union Bill

Health minister praises UNISON listening campaign

Union wins praise from Welsh government minister for identifying concerns at Betsi Cadwaladr hospitals

Union campaign saves local libraries

Neath Port Talbot reverses plans to close libraries, mobile library service and museum after UNISON-organised petition

Opposition to Trade Union Bill continues

Hyndburn council and Welsh government are latest bodies to oppose attack on rights of their workers

UNISON to lobby Welsh peers on Trade Union Bill

Peers will be warned that the Trade Union Bill is ‘a regressive step that will harm good industrial relations’

RCT council to pay school assistant fees

Rhondda Cynon Taf becomes sixth Welsh council to pay registration fees for teaching assistants being introduced in April

Glamorgan decision on learning support registration fees welcomed

Learning support workers or teaching assistants do all those vital but unheralded jobs in our schools

UNISON set to present Betsi Cadwaladr findings to health board

UNISON Cymru/Wales is to present the findings of its thorough review of what it is like to work for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to the senior management team at a board meeting today. UNISON’s North Wales health branch pro-actively initiated a listening exercise to discover the extent of problems across the board’s hospitals in the […]

Thousands say no to Neath / Port Talbot library closures

Still time to sign petition which will be handed in to Neath and Port Talbot county borough on Monday 11 January

Welsh social care provider sacks entire staff

UNISON, Britain’s largest public sector union, has reacted angrily to the decision of social care provider Anheddau Cyf, to dismiss its entire staff of 300 people and re-engage them only if they accept swingieng cuts to their terms and conditions.  Anheddau, which supports adults within their communities for Gwynedd, Anglesey, Conwy and Denbighshire Councils, has […]

Welsh probation services threatened

Uncertain future for Wales Community Rehabilitation Centre staff after plans announced to cut finances by 40%

Politicians put school support staff in spotlight

Show of support for UNISON’s Stars in our Schools campaign

Campaigning to end violence against women and girls

25 November is UN day to eliminate violence against woman and girls

Minister to address inaugural nursing conference

Health minister Mark Drakeford AM and chief nursing officer Jean White both scheduled to talk to UNISON members

Welsh councils and unions unite to oppose Trade Union Bill

Cymru/Wales local government employers defend facility time, check-off and union rights for council workers