News

IER President Professor Keith Ewing analyses human rights implications of Lobbying Bill

12 September 2013

President of the Institute of Employment Rights and Professor of Public Law at Kings College London Professor Keith Ewing has authored a new briefing on the human rights implications of the Lobbying Bill.

IER produces new briefing on the implications of Coalition proposals for employment agencies

12 September 2013

Leading employment law researcher Professor Sonia McKay has authored a new Institute of Employment Rights briefing on the implications of Coalition proposals on employment agencies.

Inquiry launched into zero-hours contracts

12 September 2013

An inquiry has been launched into the use and abuse of zero-hours contracts.

Winner of the IER Kindle Fire competition revealed!

12 September 2013

Many thanks to everybody who stopped by our stall at this year's TUC Congress and entered our prize draw for a brand new Kindle Fire.

Reconstruction after the crisis: a manifesto for collective bargaining

In our new publication Reconstruction after the crisis: a manifesto for collective bargaining, the Institute of Employment Rights argues that collective bargaining is the solution to income inequality and creating a stronger and more resilient economy. Our manifesto is backed by a number of major unions. Use our infographic to find out more.

News Brief 06/09/2013

This week in the news

It has been a busy week for employment law news, with the Lobbying Bill and zero-hours contracts continuing to take up column inches and government backtracking on some of its proposals.

 

 

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