Wales TUC Cymru

About the Wales TUC

The Wales TUC is the voice of Wales at work. With almost 50 affiliated trade unions, the Wales TUC represents nearly half a million workers. We campaign for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

Fair Pay Fortnight animation

It's getting harder to make our pay packets stretch until the end of the month and more and more people are falling into debt. In our new animation we follow the lives of Gareth and Aisha and the every day challenges faced by millions of people who've been hit by the cost of living crisis.

The animation was created for our Britain Needs A Pay Rise campaign - a campaign to restore fairness to the nation's incomes - and launched during Fair Pay Fortnight (24 March to 6 April 2014). Fair Pay Fortnight is a campaign to raise awareness about Britain's cost of living crisis with two weeks of events across the country, run by the TUC and its affiliated unions.

Courses for all union representatives from September 2014

A new edition of the Wales TUC Education Service booklet is now available to download as a pdf. The booklet contains full details of accredited courses for union reps in Wales from September 2014 to July 2015.

The Wales TUC also offers a number of free one-day (non-accredited events and briefings to compliment our courses throughout the year.

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All Wales Equality Network

The Wales TUC All Wales Equality Network has been set up for Trade Union Equality Representatives.  The network meets quarterly in locations across Wales and shares information across the network on the latest developments in the equality field.

If you would like to become an Equality Rep and receive a monthly newsletter containing valuable equality related information from the All Wales Equality Rep Network please email wtuc@tuc.org.uk

The majority of women working part-time in Flintshire earn less than the living wage – the highest proportion in Wales and the ninth highest in Britain – according to research published today (Thursday) by Wales TUC. Today (28 August, which marks two-thirds of the way through 2014) is effectively the...
28 August 2014
New research published today (Thursday) by the TUC reveals the future impact of a controversial new welfare reform – the five-week wait – on workers in Wales, with over 15,000 newly unemployed people set to be hit each month. Currently most workers who lose their job have to wait two...
06 August 2014
Case studies of 3 staff members at Dwr Cymru who...
04 August 2014
The Wales TUC would like to hear from you with...
09 July 2014
Reacting to the Supreme Court ruling which confirms that the...
09 July 2014
Mae undebau llafur TUC Cymru o fewn y gwasanaeth iechyd...
05 July 2014