There is just one week left in the NJC strike ballot with the last chance to request ballot papers on 18 June at noon, and the ballot closing on Monday 23 June.
UNISON has responded with anger to proposals from Cardiff county council to reduce the workers’ hours to 36 per week
New law threatens to gag charities, NGOs, blogs, think-tanks, trade unions and other campaigning organisations by severely restricting how much money they can spend on political campaigning in the year running up to a general election
UNISON study concludes living wage brings a positive boost to the economy
Passionate debate sees UNISON workers commit themselves to defending national terms and conditions and the Green Book
In response to Chancellor George Osbornes announcement that he plans to block incremental pay progression, UNISON Cymru/Wales head of local government Dominic MacAskill, said: “The Chancellor clearly had no understanding of how pay progression work in practice
Swansea UNISON members vote on employer’s Single Status and Job evaluation offer
Members will have their say on 1% offer including a living wage