Local government employers accused of creating “unnecessary” pay delay

Local government employers accused of creating “unnecessary” pay delay    The three unions representing council workers have today (Wednesday) expressed disappointment at the local government employers’ failure to make them a pay offer – more than six months after they submitted this year’s wages claim. UNISON, GMB and Unite – which between them have more […]

LGBT+ Development Weekend

LGBT+ Group Meeting 6th March 2020

Annual General Meeting Reminders

HELP OFFERED TO FOREIGN NATIONALS WORKING IN WELSH PUBLIC SERVICES

HELP OFFERED TO FOREIGN NATIONALS WORKING IN WELSH PUBLIC SERVICES  European nationals working in Wales as carers, healthcare assistants and school support staff amongst others are to be offered assistance by Wales’ biggest trade union in processing their applications to remain in the UK after Brexit.  UNISON Cymru Wales has linked-up with charity Settled, to […]

PEOPLE POWER WINS REPRIEVE FOR THREATENED BARRY HOSPITAL WARD

PEOPLE POWER WINS REPRIEVE FOR THREATENED BARRY HOSPITAL WARD Healthcare workers at Barry Hospital are ecstatic after learning their campaigning efforts have won a reprieve for the threatened Sam Davies Ward. Cardiff and Vale University Health Board wanted to close the 23-bed ward for older people which offers rehabilitation assistance for those who have had […]

Christmas Shopping Trip to Worcester *New Start Times*

Menopause workplace guide launched by UNISON

Menopause workplace guide launched by UNISON  Guidance aimed at improving workplace conditions for employees who are experiencing the menopause has been published today (Friday) by UNISON. The Menopause is a Workplace Issue is aimed at supporting employers to create a working environment where female staff feel supported. The guide highlights how symptoms – from migraines to […]

Refuse and recycling top public priority for council spending, says UNISON

Refuse and recycling top public priority for council spending, says UNISON The service people would most like councils to spend money on is rubbish collection and recycling, according to a UNISON/ComRes poll published today (Thursday). Nearly two in five (39%) say it would be their number one choice if the government were to give their […]

Mental health and Wellbeing in the workplace in Wales

Mental health and Wellbeing in the workplace in Wales October 10th is World mental health day.  This year we are asking you to complete and share our survey so that we can learn more about working life and mental health.  The survey is confidential but we’ll gather broad trends and use them to make changes […]