UNISON will be leafleting cinema goers outside the Riverside Theatre tomorrow (Thursday), to publicise their ballot for strike action at Newport Live
Community safety wardens in Caerphilly are to be diverted from tackling anti-social behaviour to policing what goes into residents’ recycling bins
UNISON Cymru Wales has said goodbye to an inspirational regional secretary and dedicated champion of public service workers. Dominic MacAskill is retiring today and Jess Turner is the new incoming regional secretary. You can read Dominic’s message to UNISON members below. Dominic MacAskill is retiring as UNISON Cymru Wales regional secretary Dear all, One last […]
Thousands of children are at risk of going hungry over the summer because of Welsh government’s decision to end free school meals support
Social workers are quitting permanent council paid work and signing up with agencies due to burnout and stress
Wales’ largest health union, UNISON Cymru/Wales, has welcomed a decision to approve an additional pay award by the Welsh government for NHS staff.
Wales’ biggest health union has responded to Welsh government’s improved pay offer for all NHS Wales staff
Dominic MacAskill, regional secretary of UNISON Cymru/Wales, has responded to today’s meeting with the Health Minister Eluned Morgan on NHS pay
The crisis in social care can never be resolved if services continue to be provided by the private sector, according to a new a major new report.
UNISON’s head of local government Darron Dupre Councils across Wales face a collective funding gap of over £200m in the next financial year forcing them to cut essential services, says a report published today (Thursday) by UNISON. Waste collections, leisure centres, nurseries and other vital services will all be hit according to the findings based on information* from local authorities in Wales. […]
Getting public sector workers ‘strike ready’ in the face of rocketing living costs is a key priority for incoming UNISON Cymru/Wales boss Dominic MacAskill.
NHS staff belonging to Wales’ biggest healthcare union feel let down by Welsh government’s pay offer and will now be balloted
A health worker in South Wales has been left with no choice other than to re-mortgage her home as the ever-deepening cost-of-living crisis tightens its grip
Health workers in Wales need an immediate inflation-busting pay rise, says UNISON Cymru/Wales
To celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, the Wales Water branch of UNISON is sponsoring an Iftar meal tomorrow for around 200 members of the Al-Ikhlas Mosque