Council workers in Merthyr Tydfil relieved after the local authority scrapped its decision to restrict the amount of time staff can access union reps.
Care workers represented by UNISON today (Monday) took to the streets of Tonypandy to campaign against a threat to privatise services.
Hundreds of vulnerable people in Rhondda Cynon Taf could soon see the quality of care they receive compromised, says UNISON.
A teaching assistant in Wales is urging colleagues to back UNISON’s strike vote to win an improved pay offer.
UNISON is consulting with its members working in Local Government on their latest pay offer.
UNISON reaction to today’s Local Government statement Commenting on today’s statement by Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government Mark Drakeford AM, UNISON’s Dominic MacAskill said, “After ten years of speculation, council workers and our communities need to know what the future of local government will look like in Wales. They want the assurance that […]
Public services are the bedrock of our communities. UNISON Cymru Wales is campaigning for sustained investment in these services and the public service workforce.
UNISON members will rally in support of motions opposing the Trade Union Bill and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
UNISON Cymru / Wales lobbying sees seventh council agree to pay new annual registration fees for school staff
Neath Port Talbot reverses plans to close libraries, mobile library service and museum after UNISON-organised petition
Rhondda Cynon Taf becomes sixth Welsh council to pay registration fees for teaching assistants being introduced in April
Still time to sign petition which will be handed in to Neath and Port Talbot county borough on Monday 11 January
Cymru/Wales local government employers defend facility time, check-off and union rights for council workers
Cymru Wales members gather at local government meeting