Employment Law

Picketing and the Trade Union Bill: Written Evidence

02 February 2016

Professor Keith Ewing and John Hendy QC submitted supplementary written evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights, following their initial submission on the Bill in November 2015.

Trade Union Bill: Written Evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights

02 February 2016

Professor Keith Ewing and John Hendy QC submitted written evidence on the Trade Union Bill to the Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) in November 2015.

TRADE UNION BILL: Hiring agency staff during strike action: reforming regulation

22 January 2016

The Institute of Employment Rights (IER) responded to the government's consultation on hiring agency staff during strike action in September 2015.

TRADE UNION BILL: Ballot thresholds in important public services

22 January 2016

Professors Tonia Novitz and Alan Boggs, and Dr Ruth Dukes, respond to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills' (BIS) consultation on the proposal to limit strike action in the public sector: part of the Trade Union Bill.

Response to the Law Society consultation: How should employment tribunals operate in the future?

18 February 2015

Nicole Busby, Michael Ford, Morag McDermont and David Renton respond to the Law society consultation on behalf of the Institute of Employment Rights.

Employment Law after the election: what kind of laws do we want? LONDON

11/02/2015 09:30
Europe/London

A one-day conference
UNISON Center, LONDON

It has been said that the next general election will be won or lost on the issue of employment rights. The conference was a key event in the run-up to the general election for trade unionists, academics, lawyers and anyone with an interest in workers’ rights and trade union freedoms.

Write up by Roger Jeary

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