As part of our commitment to supporting vital key workers through this crisis UNISON Cymru Wales is offering a free Covid-19 e-learning course to our social care members and workers in Wales, funded by the Welsh Government’s Wales Union Learning Fund (WULF). Working in partnership with ‘e-Learning For You’, an established provider of e-learning in […]
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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 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 […]
Let’s grow together
Watch this video and see how young members in UNISON Cymru Wales have been making their voices heard this past year and what 2019 holds
Welsh football’s goalkeeping great, Neville Southall, will this evening receive an award in recognition of his campaigning for social justice and championing of marginalised groups. Neville is amongst eight recipients of special UNISON awards tonight (Thursday 5 July), at the Cardiff City stadium. The trade union will celebrate the individual contributions of public service workers […]
Welsh healthcare workers are working harder than ever before. They have endured eight years of pay caps costing them the equivalent to a fifth of their pay and they deserve a substantial pay rise.