Why are train drivers male and white? Union asks.

16 May 2012

Train drivers are a colourful group of people. But that doesn't extend to race or gender, according to a report released today at the ASLEF conference. Only about 4.2% of the grade ASLEF represents are women and a mere 4.9% come from ethnic minorities.

Govt risks repeat of Liverpool crane collapse with promises of deregulation

On the very day two construction companies were found guilty of causing serious injury to the operator of a crane that collapsed in the centre of Liverpool, the government pledged to undermine the law that brought them to justice.

The Institute of Employment Rights (IER) is warning that the coalition’s supposed aim to ‘cut red tape’ could put thousands of workers in danger of injury and disease in the name of populist politics and tabloid myths that have no bearing on reality.

Lofstedt asked to conduct second review - a chance for redemption?

Professor Ragnar Lofstedt has been asked to conduct a second review on health and safety legislation, it was revealed at the Institute of Employment Rights’ (IER) “Reviewing Lofstedt: What now for health and safety at work?” conference on Wednesday (May 9th).

Developments in European Employment Law Conference, London

Conference papers for the event held on 21 March 2012 are now available to download here from London’s Developments in European Employment Law Conference.

Charging Fees in Employment Tribunals

6 March 2012

IER's response to the Ministry of Justice Consultation Document on Charging Fees in Employment Tribunals

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