Author: Ben Sellers

IER / CTUF fringe report: Lynch and Kebede vow to stand firm over strikes laws

TUC fringe meeting organised by the Institute of Employment Rights (IER) and the Campaign for Trade Union Freedom in Liverpool

Unions warn of the AI ‘tidal wave’ coming towards workers

"We can't stop the tide, but we can build a boat.”

TUC launches AI taskforce to safeguard workers’ rights

Tories’ “light-touch approach” to AI regulation at work risks Britain’s labour market becoming a “wild west.”

Minimum Service Levels: Code of Practice on reasonable steps published

Government opens consultation on draft Code of Practice

Labour faces criticism for backtracking on workers’ rights commitments

A series of articles takes the Labour Party to task over the dropping of the pledge to create a single status for all workers

More than 2.5 million are economically inactive due to long-term sickness, ONS finds

An increase of more than 400,000 since the Covid-19 pandemic started, according to the latest data analysis from the Office for National Statistics

USDAW and GMB welcome ‘progress’ at Labour’s NPF

Labour's National Policy Forum has delivered significant advances for working people, GMB & USDAW have said

Government is ‘asleep at the wheel’ TUC warns as absences from long-term sickness surge

Ill-health at work, stress and depression have reached “epidemic levels

“A day one right to flexible working would make a big difference to working parents”

Mark Gatto talked to the TUC about his experience of asking for flexible work as a new dad.
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