Author: IER

Unions warn Labour not to ‘water down’ New Deal for Working People

According to newspapers reports, Labour is responding to lobbying from business groups to adjust some of its workers' rights policies

75% of employers used ‘flexible contracts’ in 2023

48% of those employers planned to increase their use of flexible contracts over the next five years, according to Resolution Foundation report

May Day 2024: Trade unions For Democracy

There is no democracy without trade unions – that’s the message of the global trade union movement this May Day

Victory for workers’ rights: former Amazon employee cleared of allegations

Maria Malinowska's reinstatement marks a significant victory not only for her but also for workers' rights advocacy.

Amazon faces legal challenge after workers’ rights revelations

Retail giant is pressuring workers to give up their collective rights, says GMB Union

TUC create online Workers Memorial Wall to remember those killed at work

Members of the public are welcome to share information and tributes to their own loved ones.

“I thought we had more time”

FACK Statement: International Workers' Memorial Day 28 April 2024

International Workers’ Memorial Day 2024: Action for climate-related workplace hazards

This IWMD, trade unions are demanding urgent action to tackle ’Climate Risks for Workers’

More than 70 per cent of managers support Labour’s changes to employment law

Poll finds most managers back Labour’s New Deal for Working People

TUC warns that Britain is ‘losing race against time’ to regulate AI in the workplace

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) launched its new AI Employment Bill on Thursday

Supreme Court to hear the Usdaw challenge to Tesco on their use of ‘fire and rehire’ to undermine ‘retained pay’

The case will be heard on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 April 2024

STUC report: How can unions maximise wins from Britain’s next government?

Morning Star editor Ben Chacko reports from two vital Scottish TUC fringe meetings
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