Author: James Harrison

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Working for Climate Justice: trade unions in the front line against climate change

A ground-breaking conference is taking place, exploring ‘green bargaining’ strategies for trade unions in the context of climate crisis.

The IER stall at TUC 2023

Details of our stall, and how to find us

TUC quiz – What do you know about Grant Shapp’s 16 point plan to “deal with the unions”?

Test your knowledge on the Government's wishlist to deconstruct and diminish workers' rights.

IER annual employment rights events programme

Every year the IER produces a series of prestigious events where delegates hear from experts on changes to employment law. Registrations are now live.

Vacancy: Administration Assistant

IER is recruiting a new Administration Assistant

The IER stall at TUC 2022

Details of our stall, and how to find us

93% of workers in manufacturing industries want a shorter working week

A new report by the Institute of Employment Rights (IER) shows workers want a shorter working week with no loss of pay

Redistribution of Working Time report finds huge support for a shorter working week in Manufacturing

An introduction to the latest IER report on reduced working time with no loss of pay

Amazon warehouse staff in Essex walk out over 35p an hour pay rise

Workers downed tools at the depot over a 35p pay offer.

115,000 posties to walk out in biggest strike of summer

CWU says postal workers will be participating in the biggest summer strike so far to demand a “dignified, proper pay rise”.

Nursing staff will soon vote on whether to go on strike for the first time in their history

Nurses will vote next month on whether to strike over pay in what is being called a "defining moment" for the profession.
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