UNISON anger at Cardiff council’s savage budget proposals

UNISON has accused Cardiff council of having a credibility deficit as well as a budget deficit in response to the council’s savage budget proposals

Prepare to turn the spotlight on the stars in our schools

There are now less than three weeks to go until UNISON turns the spotlight on the stars in our schools – the unsung heroes who keep our schools running – and you still have time to play your part

Cuts, privatisation and pay freezes ‘bad for your health’

New UNISON and NHS guides highlight ‘unprecedented change’, cuts, privatisation job insecurity as major stress factors

Welsh NHS strike date set for Monday 10 November

UNISON Cymru/Wales has announced that NHS Wales staff will take strike action 10 November over pay, followed by four days of action short of strike action

UNISON welcomes Welsh government plan on public service staff commission

UNISON has welcomed the Welsh government’s announcement that a public service staff commission will be established to oversee public service workforce matters

Act now for fair pay for homecare workers

Get your MP to sign the early day motion calling for action to pay homecare workers properly, including for travel time

UNISON oppose Merthyr council plans to cut staff terms and conditions

UNISON is strongly opposed Merthyr county council plans to dismiss and re-engage the council workforce on inferior terms and conditions

UNISON responds to Welsh local government budget announcement

UNISON Cymru/Wales voices serious concerns over the future of local services as it responds to the Welsh local government budget announcement

UNISON responds to Welsh government budget announcement

UNISON Cymru/Wales responds to the Welsh government’s budget announcement and calls for a halt to austerity

Are there stars in your school?

UNISON launches campaign the celebrate the stars of school support staff with a dedicated day on 28 November

Prentis speaks up for public service workers

Your time is nearly up, general secretary tells Tory conference as unions rally in Birmingham for decent pay

UNISON responds to minister’s outline for local government reform

UNISON Cymru/Wales has responded to the Welsh public services minister’s statement regarding local government reform

Crunch time for the NHS

Theatre nurse Eleanor Smith tells Labour: ‘We can still save the health service – but the time to act is now”

UNISON calls for outsourcing inquiry after new research

Research from the Smith Institute shows that low-paid workers bear the brunt of contracting-out as their pay and conditions get worse

Scotland votes against independence

People in Scotland have made it clear they want more, not less, investment in public services