What are unions doing to organise precarious workers?

What are unions doing to organise precarious workers?

Gregor Gall looks at how smaller unions are going down a different path to larger ones More »

“We have a problem with a rogue trade unionist”

“We have a problem with a rogue trade unionist”

Belonging director Morag Livingstone tells the story behind her award-wining film More »

Sign the Unite petition calling for recognition for Parliamentary workers

Sign the Unite petition calling for recognition for Parliamentary workers

Union expresses no confidence in Andrea Leadsom's plans to protect staff from bullying and harassment in Westminster More »

On your bike – Uber loses workers’ rights tribunal to GMB

On your bike – Uber loses workers’ rights tribunal to GMB

Landmark ruling means workers are entitled to holiday pay, minimum wage and breaks More »

 

Monthly Archives: March 2015

Publicly-owned railways would be 10% cheaper, says new research

Unions say UK's railways are the most expensive in Europe

Queen (salary £38m) faces industrial action from staff (salary £14k)

PCS members open industrial action ballot at Buckingham Palace

BBC managers walk out on strike over leave

BECTU members angry at imposed changes to schedules

WIN! Aircraft engineer wins BA unfair dismissal case

Prospects hails "great result"

Milk strike off after “amicable conclusion”

Strike action by 100 milk delivery drivers, who recently transferred from Leeds-based Arla Foods to haulage company Moran Logistics, has been averted. The strike action due to commence at midnight has been called off. The members deliver milk to Tesco,

NUJ calls rally to defend local news as Trinity Mirror closes two more offices

Union says it will not sit back and allow company to slowly bleed newspapers to death

Win! Union strikes first blow in zero hours contract dispute

GMB welcomes move to offer 150 permanent jobs in Marks and Spencer warehouse

North Sea strike gets closer after unions vote ‘Yes’ in consultative ballot

GMB and Unite members angry at attacks on their pay and conditions

Government’s justification for introducing ET fees is based on myths

Thompsons Solicitors say fees are denying workers justice

Meet the Martyrs – Tolpuddle trail brings tale to life

Visitors to the Dorset village can listen to Maxine Peake tell the story of the agricultural workers transported to Australia after forming a union