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: May 2016

Teachers say sectarianism is a problem in Northern Ireland schools

NASUWT members says more needs to be done to address discrimination, prejudice and sectarianism within schools

Trade union membership rises to 6,490,000

ONS figures show a rise in union membership of 36,000

TUC: Brexit risks turning the clock back on women’s rights

Frances O'Grady says if we pull out of Europe it will be worse for workers’ rights and it is women who stand to lose most

Did this company manufacture a dispute to smash the unions?

RMT says firm wants to destroy collective bargaining and move the workforce onto individual, personal contracts

Teachers begin balloting for national strike

NUT members to vote on protecting their terms and conditions

Which cider you on? 40 jobs go at Blackthorn factory

Union anger as C & C Group closes Shepton Mallet site despite it last year making €10.5m profit

Home-working up by a fifth over the last decade

TUC urges employers to look into allowing more employees to work for home

Unions on crest of a wave after ferry decision

Scottish government awards contract to CalMac

Unions welcome Labour’s Workplace 2020 initiative

Jeremy Corbyn says it is time to stop the race to the bottom for jobs, pay and workers' rights

Fashion firm already searches staff before toilet breaks … now spies on them too

GMB slams ASOS plans to install CCTV cameras in its Barnsley warehouse