UNISON members at Cardiff council have responded angrily to budget proposals being put out to consultation by the council. UNISON believes that if the council continues with their destructive policies, public services in the city will be beyond repair. The council are also expecting the workforce to pay for some of the deficit through further erosion of […]
‘Our broad range of services are needed more than ever’ delegates hear as union local government conference gets under way
Research reveals the pressure on councils
A4 full colour 4 sides manifesto promoting the valuable work of professional librarians in educational settings It sets out the value of libraries; the professionals who run them; and the support UNISON pledges to give them in their work
UNISON reacts angrily to the announcement that a further 6,000 jobs will be cut at Birmingham City Council over the next four years
UNISON delegates speak at range of TUC motions condemning effects of government policy across public services
More than 2000 youth workers have been axed and 350 youth centres closed since 2012 as a direct result of Coalition Government cuts, a new report by UNISON has found.
UNISON is strongly opposed Merthyr county council plans to dismiss and re-engage the council workforce on inferior terms and conditions