RMT is balloting Transport for Wales cleaners for industrial action. The ballot runs from 10-31 August.
Transport for Wales, a public transport authority ultimately administered by Wales' Labour government, had previously committed to level up cleaners conditions. But with no meaningful action since, it seems TfW bosses' promises were just talk.
RMT is doing the right thing by balloting for action. Demanding commitments from employers is important, but once secured, if those commitments aren't acted upon, workers need to take action to force concrete concessions.