A major protest against the cost-of-living crisis gripping the nation will be held in the centre of Cardiff.
Vulnerable people who rely on care workers are being put at huge risk as staff say they cannot afford to travel in the face of sky-high petrol prices
Council workers in Ceredigion could be spending St David’s Day at home with their families next year.
Teaching assistants have praised Education Minister’s statement as biggest commitment government has ever made to improving their employment conditions
Public service workers are celebrating a momentous decision to bring leisure services back into public hands.
UNISON Cymru/Wales has pledged to continue to fight for fair pay for thousands of health workers in Wales
Public opinion polling shows Welsh people support healthcare workers, school support staff and council workers campaigning to secure a fair pay rise
45% of teaching assistants, caretakers, cleaners and other school support staff actively looking for better paid jobs
A union representing thousands of care workers has enthusiastically welcomed Welsh Government’s agreement with Plaid Cymru on the future of social care
Unsung heroes doing working behind the scenes in schools across Wales will be honoured with the annual UNISON Cymru/ Wales Stars in Our Schools event.
The First Minister will today open a new exhibition which aims to inspire a new generation to fight for their rights
Welsh people want their government to give healthcare workers a higher pay rise, according to public polling results released today (Thursday).
54 per cent of the Welsh public believe the UK government was wrong to propose a pay freeze for police staff earning more than £24,000. Only 28 per cent agreed the Westminster government was right to block any pay increase. That’s the finding of a Savanta ComRes poll of 1,009 people released today. The poll […]