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14 June 2019

A Parliamentary Committee has called upon the government to act on the abuse of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) following an inquiry into the use of such contracts to silence the victims of harassment in the workplace.

14 June 2019

The Court of Appeal has ruled that workers who put in overtime regularly should have those extra hours taken into account when their holiday pay entitlement is calculated.

14 June 2019

New research from the Living Wage Foundation has found that one in six workers is not trapped in insecure, low-paid work.

Promoted Publication

Rolling out the Manifesto for Labour Law

edited by John Hendy QC, Professor Keith Ewing and Carolyn Jones

Rolling out the Manifesto for Labour Law

The IER’s 2016 Manifesto for Labour Law garnered support from major unions across the UK, the Green Party, the Scottish Nationalist Party, and most of all the Labour Party. Indeed the Labour Party’s popular and influential 2017 Manifesto For the Many, Not the Few adopted many of the IER’s recommendations as a blueprint for future reform.

 

 

 

Upcoming Conferences and Events

UNISON fringe: Labour rights under a Labour government

19/06/2019 12:45
Europe/London

Wednesday 19 June 2019

A lunchtime fringe meeting
CC Centre Liverpool

The IER’s Manifesto for Labour Law places unions at the centre of an industrial and economic revival by re-building collective bargaining and introducing a Ministry of Labour with a remit to plan a strong industrial base and a secure public sector. Come along, hear our plans and feedback your thoughts.