Where next for contracted-out workers after IWGB loses recognition case?

Where next for contracted-out workers after IWGB loses recognition case?

Gregor Gall looks at the recent ruling of the Central Arbitration Committee More »

“It’s karma” – Blacklist Support Group on Carillion going bust

“It’s karma” – Blacklist Support Group on Carillion going bust

Roy Bentham says there will be no crocodile tears from him More »

Esther McVey’s father was served with prohibition notices after health and safety breaches

Esther McVey’s father was served with prohibition notices after health and safety breaches

GMB calls on May to reconsider appointment of Secretary of State for Work and Pensions More »

Union rep sacked while at family funeral

Union rep sacked while at family funeral

Ian Allinson, who has campaigned against discrimination at Fujitsu, was told Friday would be his last day at work More »

Thompsons calls on government to penalise gender pay offenders

Thompsons calls on government to penalise gender pay offenders

Solicitors say government could do more to address the problem, including obliging employers to publish action plans More »

 

Monthly Archives: April 2015

Bradford bus drivers on strike over attacks to their terms and conditions

Unite accuses of First West Yorkshire of allowing services to wither on the vine

Unite seeks urgent meeting with HSBC over UK quit threat

Union says it sees "great benefits" to bank remaining in UK

Think zero-hours contracts are bad? Wait ’til you hear about short-hours contracts …

TUC research shows 820,000 UK employees are under-employed

Scottish colleges “save” £99m while sacking 10% of staff

UNISON also says more than 300 staff at paid less than the Living Wage

“You’ve lost your job, here’s £50” – union slams ‘rotten’ fruit firm redundancy offer

Unite members being balloted for industrial action at Yorkshire Fresh Fruits

The shame of Rana Plaza two years on: victims still awaiting compensation

TUC also calls for an end to widespread violence against trade unions in Bangladesh

Bin lorry drivers on strike after managers attend ACAS but refuse to talk to union

More than 100 bin lorry drivers take action over £1,000 pay cut

“Unions protect workers” – veteran campaigner Harry Leslie Smith on the importance of civil society

The 92-year-old talks to USi about work, unions and the importance of the NHS

Hey Jude’s! Teachers begin six-day strike

NASUWT members angry at attacks on their working practices

Unions call on Cameron to take action over Mediterranean deaths

TUC says EU leaders must resume ‘Mare Nostrum’ search and rescue operation.