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GMB Secure commitment from Cardiff Airport to pay a living wage 2017-11-13 [GMB]

Most councils in Wales pay less than 'real living wage' 2017-10-18 [BBC]

Newsquest 'must invest' in Wales after takeover, union says 2017-10-03 [BBC]

National Union of Journalists response to Welsh government grant for hyperlocal newspapers 2017-10-03 [NUJ]

ASLEF welcomes commitments to Wales and Border rail staff 2017-09-30 [ASLEF]

Working class theatre: Save Our Steel takes the stage 2017-09-25 [Red Pepper]

Unite alarm at Deeside towbar company’s reluctance to accept Welsh government help to save jobs 2017-09-07 [Unite]

Unite concern as Deeside based Jaguar towbar manufacturer seeks to offshore jobs to Romania 2017-08-31 [Unite]

Railway network to be privatised, RMT union claims 2017-08-04 [BBC]

Tata must ‘power ahead’ with Port Talbot investment after Hartlepool pipe mill sale 2017-08-01 [Unite]

Torfaen's MP and AM to join Bron Afon workers striking over pay cuts 2017-07-24 [The Argus]

MPs unite in support of Usdaw members affected by the proposed closure of Tesco Cardiff call centre 2017-07-21 [USDAW]

Senedd tears up key parts of hated Tory Trade Union Act 2017-07-20 [Morning Star]

Usdaw welcomes a House of Commons debate on the closure of Tesco Cardiff call centre 2017-07-19 [USDAW]

Welsh trade union bill to partially overturns UK restrictions passed 2017-07-19 [BBC]

Nurses in Wales prepared to ballot over strike action if pay cap not removed 2017-06-27 [itv.com]

Teacher recruitment levels 'bordering on crisis' 2017-06-26 [BBC]

Tesco call centre staff shocked by proposed closure of the Cardiff site 2017-06-21 [USDAW]

NUT comment on super broadband investment 2017-06-13 [NUT]

EHRC strike action moves to Wales 2017-05-31 [PCS]

Fundraising gig for EHRC strikers in Cardiff tonight 2017-05-26 [PCS]

Protest Over Creche Closure 2017-05-10 [GMB]

Bid to keep agency worker cover ban in strikes in Welsh public sector 2017-05-09 [BBC]

NUT Cymru react to new testing approach 2017-05-02 [NUT]

Art to help heal Penrhyn Castle's slate strike pain 2017-04-16 [BBC]

Welsh Assembly urged to support quality journalism as MP calls for inquiry into the future of Welsh print news 2017-03-28 [NUT]

Welsh government quizzed over grant to Newsquest following closure of Newport subbing hub 2017-03-10 [NUJ]

Unite anger as Barclays announces over 180 job losses with closure of mortgage centre 2017-03-08 [Unite]

St David's Day strike deadline looms over Ford Bridgend 2017-02-28 [Unite]

NUT Cymru Response to OECD Report 2017-02-28 [NUT]

Unions beat plan to slash libraries budget by £240k 2017-02-09 [Morning Star]

Hospital workers suspend pay row strike action 2017-02-01 [BBC]

NUT Cymru Respond to school categorisation 2017-01-31 [NUT]

Welsh Assembly decision to overturn Trade Union Act welcomed 2017-01-17 [GMB]

Labour moves to ditch strike rules in NHS and schools 2017-01-16 [BBC]

Welsh government tables bill to overturn Trade Union Act 2017-01-16 [Guardian]

Nuclear workers in strike threat at Wylfa and Trawsfynydd 2017-01-05 [Daily Post]

Welsh workers reveal what it's like to work on Boxing Day 2016-12-27 [Wales Online]

Union blasts 'completely unacceptable' delays as North Wales Councils fork out £15m settling equal pay 2016-12-12 [Daily Post]

‘Outstanding’ Aston Martin two-year pay deal applauded by Unite 2016-11-09 [Unite]

Devastating news for 350 workers at 2 Sisters Foods in Merthyr Tydfil 2016-11-02 [USDAW]

Workers in Wales still £12 a week worse off than before the crash, says Wales TUC 2016-10-27 [TUC]

End Zero Hours At Welsh Government Contractor 2016-10-17 [GMB]

Ballot shuts on Welsh university Unison pay strike 2016-09-19 [BBC]

GMB Welcomes 200,000 Tonne Hinkley Steel Order For Welsh Firm 2016-09-08 [GMB]

Newport workers hit picket line for second time 2016-07-16 [South Wales Argus]

Welsh government plans new law to protect workers' rights 2016-06-28 [The Guardian]

Museum workers reach deal over pay dispute 2016-06-25 [ITV]

Swansea meeting hears praise for striking museum workers 2016-06-09 [The Evening Post]

Politicians give backing to museum workers 2016-06-05 [The Evening Post]

This month in labour history

1-11-1976 Union of Postal Workers refuses to handle any mail for Grunwick, as the strike at the company continues. [more]

14-11-1913 Sympathy action breaks out in some British ports, like Liverpool, in support of workers in Dublin, but fails to spread. [more]

22-11-1900 2,800 workers at the Penrhyn quarry in Snowdonia, Wales, walk off the job over pay and union recognition. The strike last a staggering three years, one of the longest industrial disputes in British history. [more]

30-11-2011 Millions of public sector workers join the biggest single strike day since 1926, against the government's pension reforms. [more]