CEREDIGION SCHOOL SUPPORT WORKERS: “WE FEEL WORTHLESS”  56 school support workers for pre-school and reception age children in Ceredigion are threatened with redundancy or reduced working hours because the budget for Foundation Phase support has been significantly cut. Staff have told UNISON they are fed up at being targeted each year when schools need to […]

“Give young people a stronger voice”

3 minutes with Kendal Bromley, student nurse and chair of UNISON national young members’ forum.

Ceredigion County Council will be a living wage employer


It’s time for an election to settle Brexit, says UNISON

Commenting on the failure of the Withdrawal Bill, UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis said:  “Theresa May must stop trying to railroad her awful Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament. It’s been rejected three times, but still the Prime Minister won’t take no for an answer.  “The PM has tried to impose a deal that no-one truly believes […]

New Sports and Leisure Officer

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Let’s Grow together

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Young members in UNISON Cymru Wales have been making their voices heard

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

Football legend honoured for public service work

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 […]

UNISON comment: Offer of a pay rise to NHS Wales staff

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.