Workers at St David’s Hall are now fearing for the future of their jobs after Cardiff Council confirmed the venue would remain closed for repairs.
Staff at St David’s Hall in Cardiff have been told there will be no immediate job losses despite news the venue will not open its doors until the New Year.
Workers at one of Cardiff’s most legendary venues fear they may lose union recognition.
Thousands of children are at risk of going hungry over the summer because of Welsh government’s decision to end free school meals support
Workers across Wales taking industrial action or getting strike ready will have their voices heard in a series of major rallies at the weekend.
A decision by Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) to cut 35 full-time jobs across Cardiff leisure services will damage people’s access to sports centres and the quality of service provided, UNISON Cymru Wales has said. Emma Garson, UNISON Cardiff County branch secretary said, “Everyone appreciates how leisure services have been affected by the pandemic but […]