News

Govt puts ideology first with new employment tribunal fees

13 June 2012

The Ministry of Justice has published the results of its consultation on the introduction of fees in employment tribunals. You can read the press release, but I recommend reading the Conclusion at pages 60 and 61 of the full response.

Controlling Fat Cat Pay

20 June 2012

Statutory places for worker reps on remuneration committees would be a far more effective way to control executive pay, says IER.

Government progress report on implemention of Lofstedt

19 June 2012

Action to implement the Löfstedt recommendations is progressing well according to a review published by the government on 19th June 2012.

IER to expose problems with Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill

13 June 2012

The Institute of Employment Rights (IER) will respond to the government’s call for evidence on the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform bill, which threatens to make Britain’s workers more vulnerable.

Federation News Spring 2012: Meeting the Challenges of Age - Out Now

12 June 2012

The latest edition of Federation News – a regular publication from the Institute of Employment Rights and the General Federation of Trade Unions (GFTU) – is now out.

Troika imposing illegal terms on Greece

29 May 2012

As the European political crisis becomes ever more intense and the economic crisis ever more acute, there is a third crisis yet to unfold. This is the crisis of legality now engulfing the EU, an entity that seems to be free to do what it likes and to ignore the legal foundations on which it is supposed to be built.

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