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 […]
A cardiac nurse who works at Swansea’s Morriston Hospital has been appointed president of public services union UNISON.
Hundreds of campaigners marched through Tredegar in South Wales to celebrate 75 years of the NHS.
A refuse collector from south Wales has been immortalised as an action hero figurine as part of a national campaign.
Wales’ largest public sector union, UNISON, officially launched its Year of Black Workers 2023 campaign in Cardiff.
UNISON leaders will attend the final reading of a major bill putting the voice of trade unions at the heart of decision making within the Welsh government.
Wales’ largest public sector union, UNISON, is launching its Year of Black Workers campaign in Cardiff.
Wales’ largest health union, UNISON Cymru/Wales, has welcomed a decision to approve an additional pay award by the Welsh government for NHS staff.
A record number of public sector workers joined the UNISON Cymru/Wales union in 2022 as the cost-of-living crisis deepened and wages remained low.
Draconian anti-strike laws will further inflame disputes across the public sector, according to First Minister for Wales Mark Drakeford.
UNISON is calling for an agreement from the Welsh government to protect the Welsh NHS and help minimise the potential of a deeper crisis this winter.
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 has written to the Welsh government confirming it will ballot health workers for strike action over their derisory pay award.
Public sector workers facing the full force of the cost-of-living crisis attended a major rally organised by UNISON in the centre of Cardiff.
UNISON heard first-hand from public sector employees facing the full force of the cost-of-living crisis.