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: May 2015

McCluskey: “I don’t want to break Labour link”

Unite branches in Scotland call for disaffiliation

UNISON warns of strikes over Cameron’s seven-day NHS plans

Union says it will ballot its members for action if unsocial hours payments are cut

Shall I compare thee to another’s pay? Shakespeare guides on strike

BECTU members at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre take action over pay

“Greenlist” victims donate compensation to Blacklisted workers

The blacklisting group litigation today returns to the High Court

Coronation Street hit as ITV workers strike over pay

Members of BECTU, NUJ and Unite take action after rejecting 2% pay offer

Usdaw offers support to beleaguered Murphy

Union says Scottish Labour leader should be given time to shape new direction

BREAKING: BBC studio managers vote for strike

BECTU members vote by 82% to take action over disputed leave arrangements

UNISON turns up the heat on Murphy

Union says it will not oppose a change of leader

Bin there, doing it again – Barking and Dagenham workers begin 13-day strike

More than 100 GMB members employed as bin lorry drivers for Barking & Dagenham Council Environmental Services  today begin a 13-day strike over a £1,000 pay cut. They have already taken 15 days of action and will take a further

How many Cabinet members would have failed the trade union ballot test?

Unions condemn Tory plans to toughen up strike ballots