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: October 2015

Tory says now is a good time for steelworkers to lose their jobs

Community says Lord Heseltine's comments insult the families of those who are losing their livelihoods

Union rep suspended after winning cuts campaign at work

GMB calls for reinstatement of rep who fought cuts at Rowley Owls Nursery

ASLEF calls on Transport Minister to come clean over electrification costs

Government admits initial estimate tripled to £2.8bn

British trade unionist elected to top role in Europe

UNISON's Gloria Mills is the first black woman to be President of the European Trade Union Confederation

We Shall Overcome has made music matter again

Joe Solo reflects a new phenomenon ... and starts planing next year's event

Equal pay laws must go further, say unions

TUC says legislation should be extended to medium-sized companies

Scunthorpe steel cash is an insult, say unions

Unions have said the £9m support package for the steel industry in the North East is woefully inadequate. The government and Tata Steel yesterday announced they will jointly fund the package to create jobs in Scunthorpe and provide training through local

FBU launches Facebook page

Union encourages members to 'like' and 'share' new social media page

Journalists reeling as bosses announce plan to sack a quarter of workforce

MP backs NUJ campaign to save jobs in Bolton

Win! Tractor workers suspend strike after accepting new pay deal

Unite members at New Holland agree new offer