WELSH COUNCIL WORKERS: PAY OFFER IS REAL TERMS PAY CUT

Welsh council workers are angry their employers have increased a meagre pay offer by just 0.25 per cent, to 1.75 per cent, still significantly below the rate of inflation. School support staff, carer workers, refuse workers, cleaners, librarians, highways maintenance workers and many more, have been waiting for a pay rise, due on 1 April […]

Council staff who kept local services and schools running deserve a real pay rise

Increased offer of 0.25% is “insignificant” Staff working for councils and in schools are worth more than the 1.75% pay offer put forward by employers after working through the worst of times, say unions representing local authority workers today (Tuesday). UNISON, GMB and Unite are urging local government employers to rethink their revised pay offer of a 1.75% pay rise (with […]

UNISON: EXTEND COVID THANK YOU BONUS TO ALL COUNCIL WORKERS

UNISON: EXTEND COVID THANK YOU BONUS TO ALL COUNCIL WORKERS Many low paid, mainly female public service workers in Wales, including school support staff, have been left hundreds of pounds worse off because of the costs of working from home, according to UNISON Cymru Wales. The public services union has today (Friday), released survey data […]

Work in Local Goverment? Vote on the Pay Offer

Work in Local Government? Vote on the pay offer