Women in Wales most vulnerable to public sector job cuts
The Wales TUC is concerned that women's unemployment is set to rise as the UK Government's public sector job cuts begin to bite.
5 September 2011
Wales TUC attacks UK Government on pensions and spending cuts
Statement from Wales TUC on pensions and spending cuts.
30 June 2011
Wales TUC Response to Joint Declaration on Cuts
Responding to the joint declaration from the devolved nations issued earlier today Wales TUC General Secretary, Martin Mansfield said: 'The declaration is an important statement which reflects calls made by trade union leaders in the devolved nations earlier this year.'
7 October 2010
Commenting on the first Public Services Summit held today, Wales TUC General Secretary, Martin Mansfield said:
“Bringing together the first Public Services Summit today is an important step in moving the public sector forward in times of increasingly constrained resources.”
26 February 2010
Commenting on the latest jobs figures Wales TUC General Secretary, Martin Mansfield said:
These figures show that there remains no room for complacency. Despite welcome marginal growth in the UK economy towards the end of 2009, 122,000 Welsh workers were still unemployed and the threat of a double-dip recession still looms large.
17 February 2010
Number of long-term jobless more than double 2008 figures
THE number of people claiming long-term unemployment benefit in Wales has risen, according to research from Wales TUC, published today.
23 December 2009
We Must Build a Better Wales Out of the Ashes of the Recession
THE next set of unemployment figures will undoubtedly reflect the worsening economic outlook. More than 100,000 Welsh workers and their families will face a bleak Christmas.
3 December 2009
Wales TUC Reaction: Announcement - Wales First Minister Standing Down
Wales TUC General Secretary, Martin Mansfield said: 'Rhodri has been the driving force in the first decade of post-devolution Wales.
2 October 2009
Finance Committee: Inquiry into funding road infrastructure
The Wales TUC is pleased to have been invited to make both a written submission and to give oral evidence to the Committee. This paper presents an outline written response to the Finance Committee's Inquiry into Funding Road Infrastructure.
15 June 2009
Wales TUC welcomes Equality Bill
Responding to the Equality Bill published today (Monday) by Equalities Minister Harriet Harman, Wales TUC General Secretary Martin Mansfield said: “We welcome the Minister's courage in defying the business lobbyists who say that equality doesn't matter in a recession by publishing this Bill.
27 April 2009
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