Fact News: Demystifying Employment Law

Submitted by sglenister on Fri, 19/05/2017 - 16:46

VIDEO SERIES: Alex Just analyses the Party Manifestos


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Welcome to the Institute of Employment Rights' Fact News Hub

Workers' rights have become a major political battleground for the 2017 Snap Election and we will be taking a detailed look behind the proposals in each Manifesto to analyse the facts, the history and context of each proposal, as well as make recommendations for the strengthening of workers' rights.

In the weeks leading up to the election, we will update you with videos, articles, briefings and expert analysis.

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The Institute of Employment Rights has analysed political policy and put forward our own recommendations in four sections:

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Reclaiming and strengthening our statutory rights, such as the minimum wage and equality law - Read all content in this section

Giving workers a voice in the workplace, including through collective bargaining structures that allow them to negotiate their pay and conditions - Read all content in this section

Enforcing our rights, by making the dispute resolution system more effective and penalties for breaking the law tougher - Read all content in this section

Protecting our protectors, by improving the laws that protect and promote trade unionism - Read all content in this section

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