One in eight people are assaulted at work

One in eight people are assaulted at work

TUC releases sock figures at the start of Heart Unions week More »

You are not alone – eyewitness report from Qatar labour camps

You are not alone – eyewitness report from Qatar labour camps

  “Hindi Ka Nag Iisa” – You Are Not Alone. The inspiring words of Building Workers’ International General Secretary Yusen Ambeht addressing a training session for Filipino workers who had stepped forward to represent their colleagues suffering under Qatar’s kafala system, where trade unions are illegal. Qatar is the richest country in the world. It More »

UNISON reveals the harrowing truth of 15-minute homecare visits

UNISON reveals the harrowing truth of 15-minute homecare visits

Union report shows 74% of local authorities in England are limiting homecare visits for their elderly, ill and disabled residents to just 15 minutes More »

Today’s Tube strike suspended

Today’s Tube strike suspended

RMT suspends action for further talks but warns next month's action remains on More »

Blacklist firms ordered to disclose emails

Blacklist firms ordered to disclose emails

Unite welcomes order from High Court, saying it is a major step to justice More »

 

Tag Archives: Teachers

Union accuses Gove of failing in his duty to provide sufficient primary school places

NUT research shows councils face a growing and excessive surplus of unnecessary secondary school places

“Happy New Year . . . now get back to work” – heads email teachers out of hours

Teachers swamped by work-related emails during holidays

EXCLUSIVE: Student teachers taught to silence “Marxist” union reps

Michael Gove's re-education plan also sees introduction of 'shop-a-Marxist' hotline to denounce union activists

Schools hiring unqualified teachers to save money

NASUWT survey shows widespread use of unqualified staff in schools to teach children

Teachers blamed for ills of society, says new NASUWT president

Mick Lyons says profession is being systemically undermined by government trying to dictate to teachers

Strikes are inevitable says NUT after £700 pensions bombshell

Teaching unions say pensions rise is unjustified attack on teachers