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: July 2017

BREAKING: TUC on UNISON’s “massive win”

Frances O'Grady says shows the value of working people standing together in trade unions

BREAKING: ET fees scrapped – UNISON reaction to Supreme Court win

Union says result is a major victory for employees everywhere

BREAKING: UNISON wins ET court case – read the Supreme Court judgement here

UNISON has won its appeal against Employment Tribunal fees.  The judgement from the Supreme Court unanimously allowed the appeal. The Court gave the following reasons for its judgement: The Fees Order is unlawful under both domestic and EU law because

GMB ballots for strike action in Coventry’s children’s centres

Workers angry at plans by Coventry City Council to close up to 14 centres

Judgement day for UNISON’s tribunal challenge

Supreme Court expected to rule on whether employment tribunals are too expensive

Dram busters – whisky workers announce strike action

Unite members to take industrial action over pay

UCU writes to Open University over Cuba student ban

Sally Hunt says there is no justification for not accepting Cuban students on a course

ASLEF to meet Southern bosses again next week

RMT writes to all train operators where there are disputes over driver only operated trains

“I was never going to turn him down” – fiancee Scarlett says “Yes” in front of hundreds at Tolpuddle

Josh springs surprise proposal from festival's open mic

UNISON urges members to join EU lobby

Union to call on the government to commit to all EU nationals' rights to continue to live and work in the UK after Brexit